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MYoD - Week 05 - Hannelore

MYoD - Week 05 - Hannelore

User name of the quilter: Hannelore

Name of the exercise: Line Drawing Mystery Part I

MYoD - Week 02 - Marotte

MYoD - Week 02 - Marotte

User name of the quilter: Marotte

Name of the exercise: Everything but 90°

MYoD - Week 04 - selun

MYoD - Week 04 - selun

User name of the quilter: selun

Name of the exercise: This is what I usually do

Dirndl Susi

Dirndl Susi

The 9th block in the American Impressions block series was supposed to be a Southern Belle or a Sunbonnet Sue. Both patterns which would fit in nicely with the Virginia theme underlying the soon to be finished American Impressions Sampler....

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Artful Crafts

Artful Crafts

The name of this quilt alludes to the Arts & Crafts Movement which started in the UK during the second half of the 19th century. One of the most important members of this group of artists was William Morris. His designs for wallpaper and soft furnishings have inspired  fabric designers ever since and in recent years there have been collections of quilt fabric based on William Morris’s designs.... (31 August 2011)

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Bonus: Lady of the Lake Cushion

Bonus: Lady of the Lake Cushion

At Quilt around the World, all patterns are explained in a lot of detail and include pictures for every important step. This means that for quilts that come to us already in a finished or semi-finished state, we re-sew all parts as necessary.

This was the case for the Lady of the Lake quilt. The top was almost finished when we bought it. The Lady of the Lake block is not very difficult to make, but still has some interesting details that needed to be documented properly. So we made a sample block to make the “photo shooting” and verify the appropriate measurements... (11 March 2011)

Rathauseck Quilt

Rathauseck Quilt

If you have read the Focus on Munich article, you will know where the inspiration for this quilt came from. If you haven't, let us tell you that, in the very centre of Munich, there is a long established shop where you can buy designer clothes, and also, at the rear of the building, all kinds of haberdashery and knitting yarn. The shop is called Ludwig Beck. In their marketing slogan, they call themselves “Ludwig Beck am Rathauseck” which means “at the corner of the town hall”.

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Author: 
Jutta Hufnagel
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