Friday, September 4, 2015
Welp. Another throw quilt completed! I think it's quite nice. Grey and yellow is pretty much the best.
It managed to use up some leftover quilt batting, a bunch of ancient scraps for the patchwork back, and even some leftover yellows and greys from the isosceles triangle quilt. I'm just really feeling the scrapwork quilt backs right now.
I did a simple rectangular quilting to this one, and even added in some awesome new personalized woven labels. So everyone knows who made the derned thing. Forever.
And now, all the details:
- Inspiration from namoo quilt
- Materials for the Flying Geese Quilt
- How to Make 8 HSTs at once and How to Make 2 HSTs at once
- Assembling an HST quilt
- Patchwork Back from the Modern Bear Paw Quilt
- Quilt sandwiching instructions from the isosceles TARDIS quilt
- Machine quilting with standard sewing machine tips from the isosceles TARDIS quilt
- Continuous bias binding instructions from the isosceles TARDIS quilt
- Quilt binding tips from the isosceles TARDIS quilt, but mostly CluckCluckSew
- Alternative Mitered Edge Binding Finishing Tutorial
- Sweet personalized ('made by' first + last name + cold gentle machine wash symbol) woven sew-on labels from LabelsAndRibbon.com. Worth every penny. Makes it look like I know what I'm doing even though my lines aren't straight!!