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Magpie Quilts Pages Home Etsy Shop Tutorials How To Buy A Quilt Gallery Monday, 20 March 2017 Leftover fabric plus stash fabric equals stunning quilt! Do you remember this quilt top from last year? http://www.magpiequilts.com/2016/05/top-finished.html It's back from being quilted by Marie at Blueberry Hill Quilts. And I love how it looks! The quilting always adds the extra little bit of texture. Country Star Quilt The centre is just an arrangement of 4-patch squares along with some 1/2 square triangles. Country Star Quilt The rose pink inner border was bought after the centre was pieced and the outside border fabric was pulled from my stash collection of fabrics. Country Star Quilt The final binding was chosen after the quilt came back from quilting. I had a green set aside, but it just didn't look right when all was said and done. A brown shade pulled from the border floral ended up as the binding around the outer edges. Country Star Quilt Detail The backing fabric is a plain muslin. It's a little stiff right now as I don't pre-wash any of my fabrics. It will soften and pucker up slightly after it's first wash and will be a cozy quilt that will last for years! Country Star Quilt Detail Do you have fabrics left from another project? Not sure if you have enough to make something? Try a few 4-patches and 1/2 square triangles and rearrange until you like them! Add coordinating fabrics from your stash! No pattern required! --Ann Posted by Ann Symes at 14:16 Links to this post Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: scrappy, UFO Friday, 10 March 2017 Wool applique Chickadee Circle I am always game to try something new and wool applique is something I've been wanting to try for a long time. This little wool project was a kit & pattern I bought on Etsy in 2012 from a shop called Honey and Cloves. I love watching the birds outside my window and the birdfeeder is always filled with these cheerful little birds that stick around all winter long in Alberta. The colours of wool chosen for this pattern are just perfect. And the wool applique went together easily and was a great project to have beside me as I watched TV. I finished it off with some little red buttons that were in my button jar. I'm pretty happy how it turned out and it has it's own pace on a little round table I have sitting by the easy chair in our house. So, this is another finish off my UFO list and now I'm on the hunt for the next wool applique project! --Ann PS. Pattern can be found here: https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/86914981/my-little-chickadees-wool-and-wool-felt Posted by Ann Symes at 12:21 Links to this post Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: handstitched, wool applique Saturday, 25 February 2017 Spring Quilted Wall Hanging I'm not always a fan of panels. They are often hard to square up because of the way they've been printed or rolled on the bolt, but I like the whimsical designs of Nancy Halverson (Art to Heart). I don't remember when I bought this panel and the coordinating fabrics, but I looking for a spring quilt to hang on my wall. Because of my Dutch heritage, spring means tulips in every shade and color! So I pieced a tulip border. When working with pieced borders, sometimes they don't quite finish at the measurement needed. And that happened here and I added the green strip in different widths to make it all work out. My friend and fellow quilter, Marie of Blueberry Hill Quilts, quilted it on her long arm machine with an all over tulip quilting design. The backing is a floral I've had for a while that's found it's way onto the back of a number of quilts. I think this is the last of it - I don't remember seeing any when I did my year end fabric inventory! And as much as I wanted a spring quilted wall hanging, this quilt caught someone's eye on my Facebook page and it has a new home! Now I need to look for new fabrics and ideas for the next quilt! --Ann Posted by Ann Symes at 10:14 Links to this post Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: spring Monday, 9 January 2017 Winding up the old year Let's see how I did with my Unfinished Object (UFO) list from 2016! House Row by Row - still unfinished (sent out for machine quilting) Spring Wall Hanging - still unfinished (sent out for machine quilting) Fisherman Wall Hanging - still unfinished, ready for quilting Christmas Plaid - FINISHED! Feathers, Star, Aboriginal Gray and Burgundy - still unfinished. Christmas Bargello Table Runner - still unfinished. Red & Gray Strip Table Runner - FINISHED! Kim Diehl Applique Table Runner - FINISHED! Quilt Canada 2010 Lady Slipper Applique & Sashiko - still unfinished. Hexagon Tea Cozy - still unfinished. Chickadee Wool Circle - FINISHED! Pastel Pink & Green Gathered Tea Cozy - FINISHED! So that's 5/12 finished! Sorry for the awful photos - one of my ongoing resolutions is to up my photography game and get better photos here on my blog and on Facebook and Instagram. My problem is that my phone is so convenient for picture taking that I don't take photos with my camera as often as I should. How did you do with your unfinished creations from last year? Are you ready to share your list for 2017?? I'll be going through my sewing room today and making that list, starting with the 7 that were left from 2016! --Ann Posted by Ann Symes at 12:01 Links to this post Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: UFO Friday, 9 December 2016 Sudoku Mini Quilt Tutorial Here's a quick and easy project when you have an hour or two and want to finish in one sewing session. I'm assuming you have basic knowledge of sewing and piecing a quilt top. Pressing as you do each step is expected but not mentioned! Have fun! Sudoku Mini Quilt Fabric Requirements: You will need nine different fabrics, minimum 4.5" x 4.5" (I used nine 5" charm squares from the same fabric line) Plus 1" wide strips for sashing. You will need six pieces 1" x 3.5", and two pieces 1" x 10.5". I usually do NOT cut them until I am ready to sew them on and use the actual measurements of the blocks I am sewing them to as sometimes my 1/4" seams are not as accurate as they could be. And 1.25" wide strips for borders. If you are really accurate, you will need two at 10.5" long and two at 12" long. Again, I don't cut these until I've measured - it makes the difference between a quilt that has wavy, uneven borders or a quilt that lays flat, with no bubbling fabric. Before you begin, find a completed Sudoku puzzle or solve one. You can probably do this just with your fabric pieces, but I found it easier to arrange the fabrics with a completed puzzle for a guide. How to Make a Sudoku Mini Quilt Cut your nine fabrics into nine 1.5" squares. Nine fabrics 4.5"x4.5" Cut into nine 1.5" squares Can't resist the photo of a pile of little fabric squares! Give each of your fabrics a number from 1-9. Number your fabrics from 1 to 9 U...

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