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Monday, March 24, 2014

Just a Bit of Jared All Day Long!

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Get a load of these fun gals!

Spirits were high in our Jared Takes a Wife class – Workshop #7 of day #5 at A Mountain Quilt Fest in Pigeon Forge, TN!

Our tails may have been dragging after 5 days of non-stop quilt activity, but no one wanted to give up early and go home…we pushed it to the end, and everyone had one block if not more done for what will surely be a batch of beautiful quilts.

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The biggest secret of all?

When making “Sew & Flip” corners….always sew just NEXT to the drawn diagonal line into the seam allowance side of the unit….the drawn diagonal line is NOT your seam line…it’s your FOLD line!  And with this one simple trick we had beautiful units coming out “just right” and they fit into our blocks easily!

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It was a great way to spend our last day together!

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Jared takes a Wife!

You will find the free pattern for Jared Takes a Wife under the Free Patterns tab at the top of the blog – just print it and get started!

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Jared Takes a Wife, Pigeon Forge 2014


The sun is shining on a beautiful Blue Ridge morning.

I had a great sleep at the cabin, everything has been checked out here and is in good working order.  
I'll be heading back down the mountain toward home later today ---am I ever so glad I took this tiny detour and wound up here yesterday.

I've been asked when the next Quilt-Cam will be -- I think tomorrow night, Tues, March 25 --I've got a dinner out with my quilt bee tonight, and I haven't seen most of these girls in ages, not missing that!

Have a great Monday, everyone!

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7 comments:

Joanna said...

The plaid/homespun version is beautiful. I hope the lady who was making it will share pictures once it is finished.

Sydney said...

Beautiful block as always! Love all the happy faces! :)

sydney120@aol.com

Pauline said...

I love, love, love that pattern, thanks again Bonnie for all you share

Julie Vernon said...

II am working on this pattern myself! It looks very complicated but isn't. Bonnie how do you do that!!!! Glad you do, quilts all look so terrific when we get them done.

Relax...have a happy day.
Smiles, JulieinTN

Bonnie said...

I also really loved the one made with shirts! It just stood out. Would love to see the whole quilt. I may do this with my shirt fabric.

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ruthsplace said...

Thanks for the tip about sewing next to the ruled line. Reading your blog is the next best thing to taking a class with you. I learn so much.