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Jessie Fincham

  1. Sailboat Mini Quilt, Part 2

    I'm back with part 2 of the Sailboat mini quilt today. A little delayed, sorry about that folks!

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    Once you have your 6 sailboat blocks from part 1, cut (6) 4-1/2" blocks from white fabric.

    Arrange your blocks as follows, alternating between each. Measure the sides of your quilt and cut 1-1/2" wide strips. ...

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  2. Sailboat Mini Quilt, Part 1

    Hello Sizzix friends! I'm dropping by today to share with you part 1 (of 2) to make this fun little Sailboat quilt. Last year I came across a boat quilt block like this and immediately set out to make one, (you can see my finished version here) I shared my progress on my blog and Instagram using the hashtag #NaturallyNauticalQuiltAlong and soon people joined in and started making one too! It w...
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  3. English Paper Piecing Hexagons: Using the Sizzix

    Hi Sizzix friends. If you read my blog or follow my work or even shop with me at Sew and Quilt you know I am crazy about English Paper Piecing! I can't get enough of it. So it will be no surprise to you that my first die-cut I bought for my Sizzix machine many moons ago, was the 1-1/4" Hexagon to use with my 1" Hexagons for my Grandmother's Flower Garden quilt. At the moment I'm knee-deep in prepa...
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  4. Spinning Wheel Liberty Coasters

    Hi Sizzix friends! Phew, that month went quick, right? It's June now, so this is usually the time I start to think about my backyard and sprucing it up for Summer, part of which includes purchasing a nice table and chairs for future BBQ's and alfresco dining! I jumped ahead with today's project and immediately got to work on some coasters for my imaginary outside eating space ;-)
    Of course th...
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  5. 'Flying Geese' Zippy Sewing Pouch

     
    Hello Sizzix friends! I'm SO excited to receive the new Sizzix machine this month! I've been having a blast playing around with it. I really love the new simplistic design, don't you? And it's such a great size! It sits nicely in the window of my sewing room now. I love having it out in easy reach so I can use it regularly.  
    I've just come back from 'Pour L'Amour du Fil' quilting sho...
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  6. Vintage Dresden Quilt Top

    Hello Sizzix friends! I'm back this month sharing my completed Dresden quilt top, yippee! This was so fun seeing it all come together finally.
    I finished hand appliquéing the final blocks over the weekend, which I've been beavering away on for quite a while now and thoroughly enjoying it. I pieced the quilt top together on Sunday, joining the blocks together to form rows, then joining the ro...
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  7. Vintage Dresden Quilt

    A Dresden quilt has been on my quilting bucket list forever! I've long admired those beautiful, vintage quilts from the 1930's - around the time the classic pattern became so popular. It's the perfect pattern to showcase the vintage reproduction small scale florals I love most, and when I discovered Sizzix had a rounded edge Dresden die-cut I knew I...
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