Wandaful Quilts

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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Modular quilt tutorial part 6

The top is done and staystitched around the 3 edges that have seam ends on them.  The left side is all one piece except for 6" at the top so it didn't need the staystitching.  It ended up at 41" x 51".  All of the steps in the tutorial can be easily accessed by going to my Label list on the right sidebar and clicking on modular quilt tutorial.

13 comments:

Impera_Magna said...

Incredible... such a beautiful top! Thanks for the tutorial... I'm sure I'll be making (or try to make) something similar in the future!

Celia Ciuffo said...

GRACIAS!!!
Muy buen tutorial!!!

patty a. said...

This quilt is so interesting with all the graphic fabrics. I bet it is even better in person.

Meggie said...

Just catching up with you, at last.
Do hope your Dad is getting better, and will enjoy being in care.

Lynne said...

Your quilt top looks wonderful. And your tutorial is very helpful, thank you.

didi said...

I.love.this.quilt.

vivian said...

Beautiful-love the way the fabrics interact with each other!

Leslie said...

What a beautiful quilt - thank you again for taking us through the process. I'm curious as to why the mostly-unseamed side doesn't need staystiching.

Needled Mom said...

It is a beautiful piece when it is all together. Will you be adding borders too?

Muddling Through said...

It IS just stunning! Those gorgeous fabrics deserved special treatment and you gave it to them.

Pat said...

The quilt turned out wonderful as I knew it would. And now onto your next project. How's Dad doing?

Sue said...

It's very nice. My teenage granddaughter would l o v e this! :) Your tutorial is excellent. Thanks.

Vivian said...

Wonderful! The fabrics in this project are extraordinary, and your treatment of them is far beyond just interesting. Your tutorial is clear and concise, as always.
Thanks for another memorable project, Wanda.