1 edition of Grandmas quilt found in the catalog.
|Statement||Tree House Press|
|Publishers||Tree House Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
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And I could put my pedal to the metal and just glide it through. I mean you can make half fans. So you flip them opposite. And we have used Lazy Days by Kay England for Wilmington. One down, one up like this.
Alright so now I have these little quarters. I have a unique method of weaving fabric to achieve my knots. Some blocks were more difficult than others but that was great.
What I did was I took my five inch square, because I knew I was working with that. So what you want to watch are these edges right here. And I Grandmas quilt it in half, and in half again, because each one of these circles is a quarter piece.
You need five blades for each square.
For years, I wondered why, but then my dad told me the story.
One down, one up like this.