Thursday, August 21, 2014

Quilt Pattern of the Month for August 2014 Pattern is Free

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August Quilt Block of the MONTH for 2014

Each block has a finished size of 8" x 8"

Need help piecing Triangles HERE is how I do it.

free triangle quilt block pattern

free triangle quilt block pattern


Cut 6 Red      2 7/8” x 2 7/8” triangles
Cut 4 Blue     2 7/8” x 2 7/8” triangles
Cut 2 White   2 7/8” x 2 7/8” triangles

Cut 4 White   2 1/2” x 2 1/2”
Sew as Shown

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Morning Coffee Please

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I confess I'm a coffee junky and since Husband purchased me a Keurig it's gotten worse, I  purchased this yesterday, up early for coffee this morning ! Added a spoon of real sugar - this going to be a great day !!  Good Morning,,,,

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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Quilting Done, Binding Done

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Just finished this little quilt. Scrappy and fun, cut squares 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" machine pieced and I hand quilted. Quilt is 20" x 20"

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

B. Annie Quilt Pattern Book is Up and Going on Kindle !

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B. Annie Quilt Pattern Now on Kindle - HERE



quilt pattern book from The Quilt Ladies - B. Annie Quilt

16 Quilt Block Patterns ! ! 

Finished quilt size 88" x 84"

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 One of the 16 Quilt Block Patterns in B. Annie Quilt

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One of the Pattern pages shown in photo's
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B. Annie Quilt Pattern
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B. Annie Quilt Pattern Book Coming to KINDLE

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COMING SOON

First look at

B. Annie Quilt Pattern Book
on Kindle




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Monday, August 18, 2014

My Quilting Project

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Just home from my quilting group. This is my hand quilting I've been working on. Have just 8 more blocks to finish. The pattern will be here  on this site next Monday!

Sunday, August 17, 2014

How to Start Quilting - Patterns from Freezer Paper

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With school starting it's time to LEARN. We all need a refresher course too. I've putting a new page together 

"How to Quilt - Tutorials"  with pattern, how to's and lots of quilting information. So, here we go ! 

Always remember that quilting has been done for hundreds of years and all the new gadgets are great. But, you can still do things very simple and fill your sewing closet with new innovations as your talent grows.

simple tutorial how to make a 4 patch quilt block

No need to purchase a rotary cutter and mat your first time out. Take your time and enjoy.
Things needed to start a quilt project:

A sewing machine that sews a straight line, borrow one or purchase one at a large chain store. No need to spend hundreds on a machine to straight stitch. OR
Hand piecing can be done too. Everything is the same as a machine, but you hand stitch using the same ¼" seam allowance.


how to start quilting with freezer paper1)Graph Paper
2)Freezer Paper – Plastic coated paper, like the butcher’s wrap meat in. You can purchase it at your local store or if you ask they may give you some at your butcher counter
3)Glue stick
4)Iron
5)Gray thread
6)Ruler
7)Pencil
8)Basic sewing supplies, Scissors, thimble, sew riper, etc.
9)Needles – for hand piecing Sharps size 7-12, for quilting Between needles size 10-12
10)Sewing Pins
11) Fabric and Batting


Fabric The best rule of thumb is to purchase the best fabric you can afford. Always 100% cotton. Avoid loose woven fabrics. Wash cotton to check for color fast and iron if needed. If new to quilting it is always best to start with a light and dark color.


how to start quilting using freezer paperCutting – Rotary cutter, mat and ruler can be used if you have them. If you are new to quilting and are not sure you want to buy all these supplies try Freezer paper. It may be purchased at any grocery store. You will notice that one side is shiny, one not.
Draw the pattern pieces on to graph paper, the finished
size, the - - - line. The - - - - will be the sewing line


Add a ¼ inch seam allowance around the entire outside edge –the cutting line
(example – 2 inch finished size cut square 2 ½" x 2 ½") Cut pattern out


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With a glue stick. Paste the pieces to how to start quilting making the patternthe NON-shiny side of the freezer paper.

Cut the pattern out.




You can now iron the pattern to your fabric, shiny side down.
This pattern can be used over and over. It will leave no film on your how to start quilting with freezer paperfabric.










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