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Sep 19, 2012

Scrappy Raw-edged Quilt

This is one of my older small quilts from a one day workshop. It was fun and quilt. The instructions were to pre-cut four sized squares: 25- 6 1/2 inch squares; 25- 4 1/2 inch squares; 25- 3 inch squares and 25- 2 inch squares. 
Once at the workshop, the participants were to raw-edge (meaning all edged of the blocks are seen) stitch one of each squares to the other in whatever way desired. The "wacky" lady that I am, I chose to tilt each of the inner blocks. 
After stitching each row together, we were to choose a border. I was able to get everything stitched that day and later had it quilted. I made a raw-edged label coming up with the "Caddiwhompus" for my off kilter quilt.


JustCindy said...

Very nice. I bet it took a lot longer to cu than to sew. lol

One Minnesota Quilter said...

I love quilts like this because you can just let loose and have fun. Great quilt!


Gene Black said...

I would guess that the class was a lot of fun!


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