Saturday, December 10, 2011

The Desperate Housewife's Quilt - Week 24 Wreath


Welcome to week 24 of the 'The Desperate Housewife's Quilt'. Todays block is foundation pieced. Remember, this is not a quilt-a-long. Just follow the blog every week and pick and choose which blocks you would like to make. I will be injecting some uniqueness into traditional blocks, applique, three dimensional, crazy and thread-art blocks. If you make a block please post it on the Flickr group for everyone to enjoy. Also, I have this nifty button under each post that allows you to save the post as a PDF.


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Be sure to visit this week's Guest Blogger and their wonderful block.
(N.B Due to time and date differences, guest bloggers posts do not always coincide with my post)

This week we are lucky to have two guest bloggers. Charlie Scott from Qubee Quilts / P2Squared and Sue Belleli from Quilted Hugs (same may know Sue from the Quilting Blocks Swap Australia) 

Charlie has made this gorgeous Snowflake and Sue has made a delightful Scrappy Tree. Be sure to visit their blogs and have a look around. 

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Wreath
The circle of love and hope that eternally reminds us of all that is good, all that is human and all that is given by God.

Materials
  • Scraps of bright solids / textured solids for blades. Minimum size approx. 2.5" x 3.5"
  • 5" square for centre
  • Scraps of background fabrics. Minimum size approx. 2.5" x 3.5"
  • Template plastic
Find the  Foundation Template here and centre circle template here. Remember not to 'Fit to Page' or scale when printing.

Assembly
  • Piece the blades and background using the foundation templates.
  • Cut a circle and stitch it 1/8" from edge to centre of block.

The Block
Horizontal Layout 
On Point Layout
I hope you enjoyed this weeks block. Next week I will present another festive block.


*** Copyright 2011 Jane Davidson. Please remember that these blocks and any blocks designed by guest bloggers should not be used for commercial purposes ( sold as a pattern, published etc) without the written consent of the owner ***

6 comments:

  1. Ooh! I love this and it scares me all at the same time!

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  2. That is stunning Jane! So talented!

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  3. Ok,no thai bride offers from main computer, just ipad when clicking that pdf. weird...
    Are you getting halfmoon modern by momo in? :)

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  4. Oh wow, love the frog prince centred version :o)

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