----WELCOME TO MOLLY'S PLACE-----I'M SO GLAD YOU STOPPED BY----BE SURE TO CHECK OUT EVERYTHING----I WOULDN'T WANT YOU TO MISS ANYTHING---IF YOU LEAVE, BE SURE TO COME BACK AND SEE ME----AND LEAVE ME A COMMENT----THAT IS REALLY REALLY IMPORTANT---IT KEEPS ME GOING---AND I REALLY WANT TO KEEP GOING----AND GOING----AND GOING----BYE-BYE-NOW----.....~~~~~~

Friday, April 13, 2007

Newest Finish-Fenced Chain


This is my most recent finished project. The pattern came from the April 2006 issue of American Patchwork and Quilting Magazine. The pattern has you to sew strips of fabric and cut triangles from them using a template. If anyone who reads this decides to make this quilt, as an alternative method, sew your 1/2 4 patch blocks to the long stripset alternating sides then cut the 81/2 inch blocks out the perfect size. This probably is as clear as mud. If anyone truly wants to know what I mean, please comment and I will try to explain again. The fabrics are Civil War Repros.

5 comments:

Kathy Wagner said...

LOVE this quilt! Wow...great job!
And it's even quilted! I understand what you mean about how to sew the border blocks.

Greenmare said...

I love this quilt! I'm not sure I "get" how to do the blocks easier though. And I love the relaxed dog at the bottom of your page! that's the life!

Nancy said...

That is one very good looking quilt!

Darlene said...

I love this quilt, Molly! Very, very pretty!

Lucy said...

I love this quilt! special the alternate strip blocks

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