8.02.2013

*Winning* Artisan Contest Entry - Day 3


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Welcome to the 2013 *new* Artisan Design Team Blog Hop.  Wow, that was a mouthful!  You are on day 3 of the hop.  If you forget to hop through all 10 blogs a day, you can follow our Pinterest Board.

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Baby Quilt... 3-D

This baby quilt turned out better than I had hoped.  I had a really hard time turning this over to Stampin' Up!.  I did purchase enough to make a big quilt for me.  Someday.  Not Soon.  I need a break from sewing.

Love.
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Are you kidding me?  How gorgeous is the hexagon quilting on the back???
L O V E!
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To make the hexagon, cut a 6" x 6" square.  Cut square in half.  Right sides together.  Measure 1-1/4" in from top and angle down to the bottom corner and cut.  Repeat on other side.  Open up and straight stitch across the bottom creating a hexagon stitched in the middle.
Make sense?
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Fabric:  Essentials Designer Fabric, Tea for Two Designer Fabric
Extras:  Sewing Machine, Vanilla Thread, White Thread, Bright Blue Chevron Minky, Batting-Extra Loft

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8 comments:

  1. I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE this. I love sewing but its so hard to find the time, you are right. Fantastic job - adore!

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  2. I was wondering who made that quilt...it is adorable! That had to be a ton of work...fabulous job.

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  3. Oh, Jane! That WOULD be next to impossible to send in! I'd love one myself! You did a fantastic job!

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  4. Holy cow Jane! This is beyond FAB!

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  5. I TOTALLY pegged this quilt as being one of yours! I love the hexagons with all of the patterns on the fabric! I wish I could sew, you are such a multi-talented super-star!

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  6. I wish I could sew that well! You're just a "jane" of all trades, aren't you!?!?!?

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