The pattern calls for you to square up the quilt top, but I’m considering keeping the zig zag edges. Hmmmmmm, I should probably make sure I have enough binding fabric. I’ll probably need a yard!
After piecing ALL those triangles, the quilt top came together very smoothly. I pressed my rows in alternating directions, so I could nest the seams together. It really helped a lot! Have a looksee at Fat Quarter Shop’s video where Kimberly walks us quilt top assembly.
Don’t forget to check out the progress of the other lovely, bloggers taking part. I find it so interesting that given the same pattern, different people can make such different quilts.
Have a look through to see:
Melissa from Happy Quilting
Angie from Gnome Angel
Erin Cox from Why Not Sew
Andy from A Bright Corner
Heidi from Buttons & Butterflies
Pat from Pat Sloan
Peta from She Quilts a Lot
Heather from Quilt Story
Megan from Quilt Story
Amanda from Jedi Craft Girl
Gerri from Planted Seed Designs
Sherri from A Quilting Life
Rebecca from Bryan House Quilts
Sherri from This & That Patterns
Jemima from Tied with a Ribbon
Alyce from Blossom Heart Quilts
Stephanie from Modern Sewciety
Brooke from Silly Mama Quilts
Carrie from Moda’s United Notions
Are you sewing along? Leave a comment so I can come visit you and see your progress?
Have a wonderful day!