Wednesday, 5 August 2015

WIP flimsy is done

I have been having fun using up some scraps. They don't seem to be getting any less. I chose a free pattern from Bonnie Hunters blog. The Spider Web...
http://quiltville.blogspot.com.au/2005/06/string-spider-web.html
I have enough papers and kite centres for 3 quilts.
Before I quilt this one I need some more practice with the Westalee rulers...


So I started playing around with some Westalee ruler quilting on my Santa Sack Swap gifts. I have 2 partners so there will be a lot of hidden work, snap shots and secret sewing happening.
You can just see some of the quilting patterns.



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14 comments:

  1. I think i want to make a spider Web quilt one day... Yours looks great....

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  2. Love your quilt Jo - so effective and great way to use up some scraps

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  3. WOW...great flimsy Jo... LoVe it... xox

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  4. I love Bonnie Hunter's patterns and the Spider Web one is great. Your quilt is lovely - you seem to have put it together so fast! So, now you are on a roll when will we expect to see photos of the other two? Just kidding! Love your borders. I have been re-visiting this idea of borders in the last two or three quilts I have made. An idea I found originally in a Gwen Marston book. I like the idea of the inner border going all the way out to the edges of the quilt.

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  5. Jo the quilting is really fantastic..you look like you are working out how to use those rulers. Your spider web quilt looks amazing.x

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  6. JO, it is so so so so so gorgeous! I just love that pattern and the quilting is pretty too.

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  7. I think I need to buy more rulers. I really favor the flower in the center.

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  8. Hi Jo love your new quilt the pattern is gorgeous,I haven't heard of these west ale rulers what do they do Jo xx

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  9. That Spider Web quilt turned out beautifully! Have fun with your Santa Swap gifts. I really like the fabrics you are using in those.

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  10. Spider quilt looks amazing Jo, you are going great guns with the wetsalee rulers.

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  11. great spider quilt, great way to use those scraps.
    looks like fun playing with your quilting rulers, well done.

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  12. VEry nice quilt! i really like the spiderwebs!

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  13. As soon as I opened your link I smiled as I do want to. And a spider quilt one day !! I love your webs jo

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