Happy 4th Lady Liberty Tutorial
I hope you have fun things planned for this holiday (if you are in the US). To celebrate, I thought I would re-post my video on creating a Lady Liberty quilt using Electric Quilt. I will also be giving the next set of instructions for the Kite quilt.
Featured Quilt - Come Said the Wind
Pat C. shared her rendition of Come Said the Wind. She embroidered the poem on her version of this quilt. Very nice!
The poem in the quilt was written by George Cooper, an American poet who lived from 1838 – 1927. The large wall hanging finishes to 33”□, while the small one finishes 15” x 12”. To make construction easier, many sections in the quilt use over-sized piecing along with specialty rulers. If you cannot find the specialty ruler, instructions are provided for use of traditional rulers.
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7/4/2015 03:18:13 am
I just love this kite block, I think it would make a wonderful kids quilt, cant wait to see the finished quilt.
7/4/2015 09:43:13 am
Hi Kari, Happy 4th!
7/4/2015 12:22:34 pm
Thanks Toni. The link has now been fixed.
7/4/2015 11:58:51 pm
Love the Lady Liberty block and really wanted to to hear your Electric Quilt instructions. However, I had to speakers to the highest number and could barely hear you. What can I do to hear this video?
7/5/2015 05:12:39 am
The codex used in this video has created problems for some users -- but most were able to listen without a problem. So it has been a mystery as to the actual problem. I did. switch to a different codex when recording, which may help the problem in the future. However, I don't have time to redo all the old free videos.
7/10/2015 07:54:51 am
Thanks so much for this amazing video. I just joined a yahoo group and found your message about the video. I'm a beginner and this is the first video I've seen. Learned so much already. I'm on my way to finally learning this program. Pam
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