charm pack and a great pattern to make this easy quilt top. Sew squares
together in a horizontal set, and then use the “Chock Full of Charms” pattern to
show you how to cut the top apart and restitch it to give you an on-point look.
Doesn’t get any easier!
used an early Jan Patek/Sue Spargo pattern for this gorgeous quilt. Since she doesn’t
care to appliqué, she replaced some of the appliqué blocks in the pattern with
paper-pieced blocks to add her own personal touch to the quilt. We think Jan and Sue
would love it!
these star blocks made totally from Half Square Triangles. Good job,
The girls in the Homestead Gathering Club are having so much fun with doll
quilts and cigar box doll beds. Karen wanted something unique for the legs on
her doll bed and decided to use tea cups from her granddaughter’s tea set.
Isn’t that the cutest idea?!
One of our out-of-state customers
stopped by while she was in Atlanta to show us her finished Sweet 16 quilt.
Many of you will remember that Sweet 16, designed by Edyta Sitar of Laundry
Basket Quilts, was our appliqué block of the month last year. Mary did all the
appliqué on her blocks, but had the quilt hand quilted by an Amish lady near her