Sunday, June 7, 2020

Monday making

Making this baby/toddler quilt was good medicine this week.



Making baby quilts always helps me get in the right frame of mind.
:)
Cutting shapes with little templates is therapy!
Yes.....
It does take time!!
But I enjoy the peaceful work.


Love all the HAPPY color!


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Quilt is 40”x 45”
I cut 30 “I spy” tumblers and
240 solid color tumblers 

I added a tutorial on my YouTube channel
—-My sewing room

What are YOU making this week??



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    1. I have that tumbler template, too. The solid colors are a nice accent for the I Spy prints.

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  2. Cutting and stitching is always good therapy. Very fun quilt!

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  3. Super cute! Those little fussy cut pieces make it a great I Spy quilt

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  4. Hi Beth, I've been cutting up small tumblers for a while now. I want to do the opposite - lots of patterned fabric with solids sprinkled around. Your quilt is really cute!

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  5. What I love about the baby quilt is the cute little prints in between the solids. It is kind of an I spy!

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  6. Your baby tumbler looks great; especially love how you fussy cut the novelty prints! You're reminding me that I STILL haven't quilted the outreach tumbler that my mom cut out with my Accuquilt die and pieced while I was working on my son's graduation quilt a year ago... I like your clear tumbler template. The GO! cutter is a fast and fairly accurate way to cut, but it's very difficult to precisely position a print when you have to hide your fabric under the cutting mat and it can shift slightly as it goes through the die press rollers.

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