October Quiltathon Project

The next Quiltathon is October 4, 5, 6 and 7.  You’re welcome to work on any project you like but the project I’ll be working on will be for a QOV to send to Alycia.

This will again be done in the “cheat sheet” format with plain borders.  If you’d like a pieced border, I recommend my 60 Pieced Borders book.

This quilt will be 65″ x 82″ if made as shown.  According to Electric Quilt, the fabric requirements, not counting binding, will be:

Background – 2-1/4 yards
Red – 1/2 yard
Navy – 3 yards
Gold – 1-1/4 yards

There are some quite a few flying geese but other than those, it’s a simple and quick pattern!

Comments

  1. 1

    When I saw the quilt drawing, I immediately thought of a bunch of scrappy 9-patches from a block exchange that have been waiting for some inspiration of what to do with them … I am thinking of scaling your block to work with my collection of swap blocks. Maybe I’ll join your quiltathon and work on these.

    Thanks for the inspiration.

  2. 2
    Diana in RR, TX says:

    Looks good Judy. don’t know if I’ll be working on that one then, may have to keep it for later. Depends on how far I get on the must do tops. My 2 week qualtathon starts this evening after I get back from airport! Galen gets back 10/6. Do you think I can keep busy for 2 weeks?

  3. 4

    And an absolutely perfect opportunity to use the lightening fast “no waste flying geese” ( http://www.patchpieces.com/files/flyinggeese.pdf ) method. This quilt would be done in a very short time!! Thanks for the post…..My next QOV most definitely!!!

  4. 5

    I have to have my mom’s quilt done by Oct. 6th when I leave to go visit her, so hopefully I won’t still be working on it the days before! LOL I almost have all of the blocks done, I’ve been sick so I have not worked on it much the past few days.

  5. 6

    I like that very much. Do you have a name for this one yet? I have a bunch of those 9-patch swap blocks, too, plus a bunch of 9-patches which were donated for American Heroes. Have I ever told you how much I appreciate your approach to piecing tops? I can’t tell you how many pretty tops I’ve made for AmHero using your hour a day sewing plans, and I’ve even often converted other patterns to that concept. =)