Love of Quilting September/October 2008

Projects

  • Fall’s Finery – Cover project
  • Boo! – Halloween fun
  • Aspen Feathered Star – One large block
  • Williamsburg Basket – by Marianne Fons
  • Jack in the Pulpit – Antique quilt
  • Kalamkari Strippy – Eco-friendly fabrics
  • Shopper’s Tote – Make a grocery bag
  • Hodgepodge – Scrappy stars
  • Hopscotch – Two color choices
  • Mariner’s in a Pickle – Challenge yourself.
  • Under the Sea – Beautiful batiks

Techniques

  • Sew Easy – Scalloped Frame Border
  • Sew Easy – Cutting 60° Triangles
  • Quilting the Quilt – Choosing Quilting Designs

Features

  • This Old Quilt – Favorite Log Cabin Quilts
  • Art of Quilting – Mountain Majesties
  • Quilters Go Green – Old is New Again

Also in This Issue

  • From Liz & Marianne – Fall is for quilting
  • Sew Many Tips – Clever ideas from quilters
  • Shop Hop – Products to look for at your local shop
  • Quilter’s Bookshelf – Notes on new books
  • Sew & Tell – Readers and viewers share their creativity.
  • Behind the Seams – A New Member in our Family

Scalloped Frame Quilt Border Sew Easy Lesson

Make 3-D borders using this quilting technique. 1. Fold bias quilt borders in half lengthwise, wrong sides facing; press. Open fold. 2. On wrong side of 2 borders, mark a 45° angle from each corner to fold line (Photo A). Photo A 3. Place 1 marked quilt border atop 1 unmarked border, right sides facing.…