Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Midweek Makers #93

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My share is that the Railroad Crossing top is all sewn, and just needs quilting. Currently, I'm in the mood to sit and sew, so I dove into another project from the Charm School book, this time, Lickety-Split.


Lickety-Split from Charm School quilt book

For those in the know, the quilt is a disappearing 4-patch, something I've not done yet. With these pretty charms and bits of fabric yardage, it should be a beauty!


charm squares for lickety-split

And last week, I was inspired by the Spicy Spiral over at DonnaleeQ.

                                        

Isn't it pretty? I have the rulers to do this and should give it a try. But this one certainly deserves the 'Feature' button this week!


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3 comments:

  1. Confession...I've never made a disappearing nine patch either. I think the fabrics you chose will be fabulous in your quilt.

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  2. Ha! Me neither. I should try it sometime when I want to make something fast and fun.

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  3. I've never made a disappearing 4 patch (or 9 patch) either. I've read that they are quick to sew. I guess that's why your pattern is called lickety split.

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