For Row 3 of the 2017 Round robin you will be making 20 friendship stars. For each star you will need (2) 2″ blocks of print and (2) 2″ blocks of white or neutral, (1) 1.5″ square of print and (4) 1.5″ squares of white or neutral. Finished blocks will be 3.5″. I recommend pairing… Continue reading ROUND ROBIN 2017 row 3
Anvil Block For the month of May’s Block of the Month there are only two fabric requirements. Please use a crisp white-on-white as the background and a Medium to Dark pretty floral fabric in the colors of your choice for the block. Directions: You need two fabrics. One needs to be a true White on White… Continue reading May Block Of The Month
Directions: This month we are going to take our 6.5” blocks and make 12.5” blocks. First, take your 16 light pinwheels and sew 4 together to make a 12.5” block. You will have 4 12.5” blocks like below Repeat this with your dark pinwheels. Next, you will take your 6.5” half square triangles and sew… Continue reading Mystery Quilt: May Instructions
Quick Note! If you can, please bring a pair of scissors that can snip fabric. We will have some extra scissors available but everyone will need scissors. So, if you can remember please bring a pair. Sorry for forgetting to mention that in the earlier post. And if you can bring $1 it would… Continue reading Today’s Meeting!!
Hi Everyone!! May is here, my flowers are blooming, and our next quilt guild meeting is just days away!!! This Thursday will be a fun meeting featuring a few new ideas on what to do with fabric scraps. You can also participate in a fun fabric challenge if you like!. Simply bring in a Yard… Continue reading May Quilt Meeting is Days Away!!
Hi Everyone, This is a quick note to let you know that the websites Calendar of Events has been updated. There is a list of up coming event with dates and time on the right hand side of the home page. The Menu heading “Calendar” has also been updated. Future Events include: May 20th Sit… Continue reading Updated Calendar
Directions: This month we are going to make pinwheels out of the smaller half square triangles we have created and sized to 3.5”. Take all 64 of the EF squares and pair them up to make pinwheels. This will give you a total of 16 EF pinwheels. Do the same with the GH squares. You… Continue reading Mystery Quilt: April Instructions