Monthly Archives: March 2010

Moving Along …

So…here we are again.  Let’s get all these strips and bits together so that they actually look like something.  Above you can see the center strip.  It measures 12×3.  But, as with the whole approach to this quilt, exact measurements … Continue reading

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Next Steps

So, moving along…here we go with making multiple strip sets.  Making several different strip sets helps ensure that each block is slightly different.  Here, I had some three strip sets, and some four strip sets.  I have a few others … Continue reading

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Shall We Begin?

Thanks for joining in!  Let’s get started with the basics. I’m using the prints above – 10 in total.  You can use all the prints in the Hope Valley collection if you like, or as few as perhaps 7.  I … Continue reading

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Sneak Peak – Hope Valley Block

So here it is – the block we’ll be piecing together!  My inspiration comes from two places.  The first, is from Denyse herself and her ‘Ice Pops’ quilt. Love those rectangles! Secondly, I am always very inspired by Katie, from … Continue reading

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