Friday, January 18, 2019

A couple -

Of rows "stitched in the ditch" on Basic Math -

And a couple of letters stitched on O Happy Christmas -

And that's about all the sewing that I got done today - ;))

I spent most of my time writing up the cutting sequence and instructions for the Border Shell of my Quilt-Along LHQSQ 2.0 -

And that's not as easy as it sounds -

I'm so used to making it up as I go along -

And posting as I go -

I hope my explanation of "What I do" and "How I do it" makes sense to anyone who wants to "Quilt-Along" with me -

I certainly don't want to insult anyone's intelligence by "over-explaining" -

But on the other hand -

I don't want it to be confusing, either -

It has to be clear - concise - and concrete - LOL - ;))

Talk to you later - gotta go - gotta sew -

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Playing around -

In EQ7 is a great way to waste spend a whole day - LOL - ;))

I played around with the layout and the yardage requirements -

And worked out a cutting sequence for my Quilt-Along LHQSQ 2.0 -

And then decided to write up ONE set of instructions for ONE size -

The 60" square version -

LHQSQ2-Version B

59.4" square - rounded up to 60"
6x6 on-point layout - 4x4 blocks with two rounds of border blocks
25 Sampler Blocks - 6" finished
36 Border Blocks - 6" finished
Yardage for the Gray areas - 3-1/4 - 3-1/2 yd
Yardage for the Beige/Sashes - 1-1/4 - 1-1/2 yd

If you want to make a smaller size - you can omit the outer row of border blocks -

If you want to make a larger size - you can add rows and/or columns and adjust accordingly - ;))

For this one -

I got some of the pieces cut -

And will give you all the details later when I write up the pattern/instructions -

But for now -

Here's part of the "Shell" up on the wall - ;))

Talk to you later - gotta go - gotta sew -


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