Monday, August 15, 2011

Modular quilt tutorial part 5

This is the last entry of the tutorial other than a photo of the whole quilt sewn together.  I am down to the last 6 seams.
This is a close up of the part with the 2 partial seams.  I pinned them back so you can see where they are.  I need to sew the 2 horizontal seams first and then do the vertical seam which will finish the 2 partial seams.

10 comments:

hetty said...

It looks so easy when you do it! I love this quilt.

Jackie said...

This quilt just reminds me of the blue and white china. Just gorgeous!

Carol said...

I love this quilt too. Thanks for showing the partial seams. I was interested to see how you sewed them. I love the quilt, but knowing me, I would avoid partial seams ~lol~
Carol

A Quilter Awakens said...

Looking at your indigo beauty, I realize my stash is inadequate. That does not happen to me very often. Karmen

Dana Gaffney said...

I've done a couple of this style, but I've always avoided partial seams. I'm going to have to do the next one like this, the randomness is much nicer. Thanks for the tutorial. Hope your Dad's doing better.

Lola said...

Wanda...
After seeing this in person and now the final part of the tute, it's even better all sewn together! Just stunning! Pinning the partial seams back was the ticket for us to see. I actually thought there'd be more partials. Thanks for a great tutorial!

Eat, Sleep, Quilt said...

You've moved right along with this quilt and it's gorgeous! I started mine the day you posted part 2 of the tut: your progress - you're almost done. My progress - I pulled a piece of African fabric from my stash. *sigh*

Linda

Muddling Through said...

It is SO pretty, Wanda! Makes me think of Africa at dusk.

Lynne said...

It looks too tricky for this novice! Well done on another beautiful quilt!

Cathi said...

What a gorgeous quilt this is -- and what an absolutely fabulous tutorial series you've done on the making of it!