I have found the name of this pattern and where it was published. It is called Tahitian Postage Stamp and was featured on the cover of Quilt World Magazine May 1988. I tried to find the link to the…Continue
"My Second Quarter Goal is to finish my Jamestown Landing top and quilt it. Finish my Under the Sea top and quilt it. I want to finish assembling my Green Argyle bargello top and piece the strips for my Diamonds Jubilee strips. I think that is a lot…"
"My papers came out fine. I use newsprint that I purchased on Amazon and just cut it into the size blocks I wanted. It is more stretch at the seams and the edges because they are cut on the bias. I do the same trick with my finger and folding back…"
"I did use paper but I pulled it out after trimming so I could do it as I watched football (GO PATRIOTS) and it did make it harder to keep them the proper size. I honestly never think to use starch but I do have some. Too late now, however."
"Maine is beautiful and also a great place to raise a family. We love it here! We were born and raised here but moved away for 10 years. However, home always seems to call to your heart. Now our grandchildren are here and we feel even more planted…"
"I know when we lived in NC the entire area would shut down for days for less than an inch of snow. They don't have the equipment to deal with it in places where it rarely snows. We in Maine, however, keep getting hit with 12 or more inches per…"
"Thank you Ginny. I like the effects of the string blocks but the way they are made makes them very stretchy. I have had to do a lot of pinning and easing on this quilt. I hate pinning. They were fun to make, but not as fun to sew into the project."