As you may have heard me complain…I do paperwork every Monday…bills, filing,phone calls. I allow myself t0 blog or stitch only when my other “Inbox” is empty…UGH!
Over the last several weeks, our friend Peggy has changed the meaning of PAPERWORK MONDAYS:
—She has created several original Paper-Pieced quilting patterns from The Inbox Jaunt photos! Now “Paperwork” is Fun and Creative! (And some of our Mondays are a lot more fun!)
Full Allium Quilt HERE (Download and print One Page)
Best of all, she created a Color Chart using Robert Kaufman KONA solids–(my favorite for free motion quilting, too!)
Color Chart HERE (Two pages)
NOTES FROM PEGGY
- This time the colors are all Kona Solids and labeled with the Kona names and Robert Kaufman codes.
- The pattern can be adjusted to any size, but the full-sized line drawing is for a finished piece 24″ x 33″.
- Since the design has circles, quilters may choose from two techniques: applique, of course; or machine sewing circles as shown in
- Dale Fleming’s book Pieced Curves So Simple and her video instruction at this link Easy Circle Quilt Blocks
NOTES FROM LORI
For more information about Paper Piecing, Peggy Recommends the tutorial HERE.
There is a lot of free motion quilting opportunities with this quilt…
Don’t you wish there were more hours in a day (and more energy, too!)
LOTS MORE QUILTING THIS WEEK…
PS…All tutorials, images and information found here today are the property of Peggy Aare for The Inbox Jaunt and are intended for personal use only. Feel free to re-blog and pin. For any other use please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!