Friday, April 6, 2012

Whew!

Hello Everyone,

Currently, I am working on my newest design. This will be a fabulous one for beginners and experienced alike. I am using batiks from Island Batik.  The quilt will have an autumnal feel.

Right now, I am working on the Half Square Triangles (HSTs).  I used the method that I show in my tutorial which you can find by clicking here.  Great method and very little waste.


This is what the back side of my sewing machine looked like today.  A big old pile of squares that had been sewn and now needed to be cut apart.


Now cut apart, I had this giant stack.  Now to cut the squares in half.


Done!  Look at the stack now.


I thought it would be fun to measure the height of the stack and it measured 6 inches.  There is a lot of HSTs in there. It is a large quilt.  Now to press open and trim.


Ahhhh..... they look all ready to go onto the process in the making of the top.  One thing that I like about HSTs is that they are so versatile, you can see what I did with some in this post here.

My newest blog post is up on Quilt Magazine's site.  Come and see what I had to say!  Just click here to read it and leave me comment if you so desire!

Have a great weekend!

Until Next Time...


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7 comments:

Stephanie said...

You're a very busy bee. Will this new quilt be called Six Inch Stack? :o)

mascanlon said...

Very cool, I use that technique as well but the trimming of that stack...oh my!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

I will head over and read the article - looking forward to seeing what this is that you are working on now.
Karen

Barb said...

Can't wait to see your newest creation!

RETRO-Fabulous Blog said...

Congratulations, Jackie! Gorgeous quilt, perfectly named. =)

Elisa Black said...

Very impressive, Jackie! I'm curious to see what you will be doing with them. I seem to have lost my quilting mojo for the time being-- hoping it comes back soon. You are certainly doing enough for the both of us!! You're on a roll, girl!

Mama Pea said...

Very pretty colors. Can't wait to see it!

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