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Cutting and Piecing the Concerto Quilt // In the "Studio"

This week I have been making another version of the Concerto Quilt pattern, but this time I am using printed fabric. This is the quilt my students are making in my Beginner Modern Quilting Class and I am making a sample along with them. The fabric choice is a little out of my comfort zone, but I wanted something super fun and child friendly since I am making it in a crib size. For this weeks In the "Studio" Episode 11, I am cutting and glue basting the fabrics to begin piecing the Concerto quilt.   11-concerto I have all my rows glue basted and I should have the quilt top finished tomorrow ready to thread baste! What are you working on this week?


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  • Julie says...

    Hi! Just wondering…what do you have in the tip of your glue bottle that makes it come out in such a thin stream? Thanks!

    On September 05, 2014

  • charlotte m. says...

    I just took my first Concerto quilt, a queen size for my daughter, to my long arm quilter yesterday. I am so excited to see how she quilts it. I love the idea of doing this quilt in prints and I think I have just the collection in mind for a throw size. Great pattern and I will definitely make it again.

    On August 21, 2014

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