Hello cross crafters! And a special hello to my fellow guild members at the Arapahoe County Quilt Guild here in Denver! This video is for you to prepare these easy blocks for our block exchange party on May 11, 2017; and also for anyone who would like to make a scrappy quilt using just one block - the Ohio Star! From choosing fabrics, to cutting, sewing, quilting and assembly, you'll be able to make this quilt from start to finish! Remember to subscribe to this channel to be notified when the next cross crafting video is online! Next week it's beaded beads! xoxo
Hi Sandie - I'm so sorry about the confusion. The No. 4 refers to the "Cross Craft Sundays" series and not the Ohio Star Quilt. This quilt was made solely with the Ohio Star Block and is self contained. Thanks so much for your question. Happy Quilting! Ann
Because you have excellent taste! Haha! Kidding aside, I personally love it because so many cheerful fabrics are being used up. Scrappy quilts always make my eyes happy and my heart sing. And thank you for the comment. I’m glad you enjoy it - are you going to make one? The blocks are highly addictive!
Is it just me or is the top right point awfully close to the edge and it looks like the right bottom corner is warped. That aside I love the block and colour choices!. Thank you for the very informative video 😊
Quilt As Inspired - Ann Myhre I really appreciate this Ann, it inspired me to make one block for a friend. I fussy cut a fish out of a pattern and surrounded the middle with much the same colours. Thanks again!.
Hi Ann, your scrappy happy quilt is wonderful, and just what I needed to use up my scraps. I just started making my Ohio Star blocks from my scraps. thank you so much for sharing your inspiration. Is there a pic of YOUR quilt on your blog or website? I would love to see it.
Awww thank you so much!! I’m thrilled that you are finding inspiration for your scraps :) always fun. I will get a picture up on my site of my finished one this weekend. Have fun making yours! It’s addixtive :)
I use either a Viking Topaz or a little Janome Quilters Companion. They both piece really well, but I like the Viking because when you lift your foot off the petal, the presser foot comes up automatically, super helpful for turning fabrics with needle down!
Thank you, I have learned so much. The removal of the batting form the back seam was something I did not understand until now. thanks again. I have a /sewing store oping up this next Thursday or Friday, August 10 or the 11th. I would love feed back on what you think of it and what I can do better, to make all the quilters and clothing/pattern Designers happy.
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