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Scrappy Block Draw Prezi

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Sarah Beyer

on 14 May 2011

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13 Months of Blocks May 2010 Basket Weave Strings 6"
42 blocks, Judi Swanda July 2010 Scrappy Trip Around the World 12"
13 blocks, Bev Fleming - finished August 2010 Maverick Stars 6"
25 blocks, Evelyn Fincher September 2010 String Quilting Primer 6"
31 blocks, Maisie Stevenson October 2010 String-X Blocks 6"
83 blocks, Lois Sallada November 2010 Scrappy Mountain Majesties 6" x 7 1/2"
64 blocks, Sandy Siehl December 2010 Pineapple Blossom 9"
Pris W from Fun n Sun January 2011 Scrappy Floating Stars 6"
quilting.about.com/od/blockofthemonth/ss/sloating_stars.htm
49 blocks, Judi Swanda February 2011 Bricks and Stepping Stones 6" x 9"
61 blocks, split between Bernie Hulka and
Karen Nanty - finished March 2011 Nine Patch Split 6"
40 blocks, Louella Hendrix April 2011 Happy Scrappy Houses 7 1/2"
10 blocks, Mary Britton, finished May 2011 Oklahoma Backroads 8" June 2011 Sister's Choice 10" January 2012 we start using
Quilter's Block-a-Day Perpetual Calendar
by Debby Kratovil Year Two Scrapaholics Unite!
The journey continues June 2010 Strip Twist 6"
25 blocks, Jeanne Huff What needs to be done when using a Longarm Quilting service:
backing and batting needs to be 4-8 inches larger than your top *
make sure backing edges are straight
check seam allowances
be careful with borders as you might sew in extra fabric making them wave *
if the fabric is directional mark the top of the quilt and/or backing with a safety pin
let your quilter know about any considerations (prairie points, fullness in blocks, etc) www.quiltville.com
Bonnie Hunter Scrappy Block Draw Having bins of scraps lead to Loading the backing Can be bought through Casino Richardson for $20 To help when figuring how much fabric to buy for backing: http://vrya.net/quilt/classic.php Services Available
Longarm quilting
free motion
pantographs
simple custom
Basting for hand quilters
Machine binding www.SarahinStitches.net Summer Special
For June, July and August
Large meander and loops
30% off quilting (minimum $25) Quilts and blocks shown are from www.quiltville.com
unless otherwise stated.
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