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Photos: 1930s Version of the QAL

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While I’ve been working on the test version of the Aiming for Accuracy quilt, I’ve been taking lots of photos. I thought I would share the progress so far.

My fat quarters

My fat quarters

Lessons 1-6 cut out

Lessons 1-6 cut out

Units A4 and C1

Units A4 and C1

Unit B5

Unit B5

Unit C5

Unit C5

Units A1 and A2

Units A1 and A2

Unit B1

Unit B1

Lessons 1 to 9

Lessons 1 to 9

Unit C6

Unit C6

Lessons 1 to 12

Lessons 1 to 12

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9 Responses to “Photos: 1930s Version of the QAL”

  1. Missy says:

    I love the fabric you are using, the quilt is turning out very pretty!

  2. Toni says:

    Lovely, I have a big enough stash of 1930’s fabrics, too….
    Very,Very tempted….to begin…. But, so many quilts started now….I think I’ll do a marathon by June 20th and see how many I can get caught up on…. For sure I’ll collect and file your great design … because I like the Puzzel look you created…. How many months (parts/sections) will this BOM take to collect?

  3. These colors are absolutely beautiful! Great job!!

  4. Pax says:

    I have a bunch of 30’s fabrics too. Hmmmm . . . I just might have to jump in, but wait! I also have tons of B&W maybe that would look fantastic . . . uh oh, thank goodness I have a couple of weeks to make up my mind.

  5. Pat says:

    Oh, my! … this looks sew pretty in 30’s … <3 Pat

  6. Diane says:

    Love it with the 30’s fabrics!

  7. [...] a photo of my fabric cut for the 1930s test version of this [...]

  8. It looks like an entirely different quilt from the model. Very soft and pretty, but I prefer the bold and bright :)

  9. [...] been working on, I’ve been pressing seams open to see how I liked that as an option. For my 1930s QAL test version, I pressed in my old fashion way, towards one side. I’m not as happy with the results, too [...]

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