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Cluck Cluck Sew Navigation Cluck Cluck Sew by Allison Harris Home Main Navigation Home Shop Tutorials Quilts FAQ’s Wholesale Wholesale Patterns Pattern Corrections Wholesale Info Finish Your Quilt Guide About Contact Return to Content Finished Jelly Roll Stash Buster Quilt April 3, 2017 Whoa that’s a long post title! I’m so happy to finish this one up just in time for Spring! We’ve had a doozy of a winter here in Seattle. So. Much. Rain. This quilt is a free tutorial you can find here from a couple of months ago (click here). Oh boy this quilting design is definitely not my thing. Actually it wasn’t that hard…but it’s the BIG loops that are hard. Small ones I can make look pretty good…big ones are a challenge because you have to move the quilt so much more. I’m only sharing these photos to make you feel better about your own quilting LOL. Luckily my girls don’t care if the loops are good…and *most* of the big mistakes look better now that it’s washed. I used a leftover flannel flat sheet from a set I bought this winter. Flat sheets end up in a wad at the bottom of the beds each night…so I gave up on them! I used 505 basting spray to help hold it in place and no pins…and it worked really well at holding the flannel and I had no creases or folds in the back. She grabbed it right as I snapped the picture…she’s my best “helper”! I didn’t get a great full shot of the quilt finished, but you can find one on the tutorial here. I did a scrappy binding with my leftover blue strips from the top…I love scrappy bindings! Have a great week! Comments: 28 | Leave a comment Random Friday Tidbits March 24, 2017 We made it to the weekend! I did a little of this and that this week and tried to finish up some quilt tops hiding away in my closet. In my post a couple of weeks ago I added a link to Lori’s blog…and then I noticed she had a book out! I’ve been feeling stuck-in-a-rut with my quilting, so it was perfect timing. So this week I’ve been trying some new designs. Nothing too crazy, but still a little out of my box (so anything other than loopty loops!). You can always tell which end I start on because the quilting goes from pretty horrible to pretty good by the end! If you need some new quilting inspiration I highly recommend this book. I bought a great stack of fabrics from this week. They have an amazing sale section! Most of these were on sale…I have no plans for the globes but I couldn’t resist. I’m teaching on a quilting cruise next year! Come cruise with me! I was supposed to go last year…and then it was changed and rescheduled, and I got pregnant. Whoops. Anyways…come cruise with me! Info is here. I promise I won’t get pregnant again and have to cancel. ?? I started cutting a new project last night. I love starting new projects! This girl is 10 months old. Where is the PAUSE button?! I’ve had quite a few emails asking for a picture of the finished Star Wars quilt I made my son for Christmas (details in this post). This is about as good as it gets until it’s not raining buckets outside everyday. It’s super simple…just 8 1/2″ plain blocks and four patch blocks with four – 4 1/2″ cut squares. Make 44 four patch blocks and cut 44 plain blocks and lay it out into 11 rows of 8 blocks each for a quilt of 64″ x 88″. I didn’t figure out fabric requirements but my guesstimate is about 11 half yards would be enough. Super easy! Have a great weekend! Comments: 25 | Leave a comment Shortcake in Hello Jane March 16, 2017 (photo by Holly) I’ve been in a funk the past week…the kind where I want to laze around the house and ignore the world. Then today, the sun was shining bright and all 4 of my kids slept in until 8 o’clock (cue the angel chorus), and I gave the house a good cleaning. It’s amazing what good sleep, sun, and a freshly cleaned house can do for my soul! Anyways…back to the quilt! I absolutely love this quilt so much. The pattern is Shortcake (found here) and the fabric is a jelly roll of Hello Jane (it comes out in May!). I thought maybe this pattern would be too busy for all of these fabrics together, but I ended up really loving it…this one will stay out all summer long. I backed this one with a 108″ wide print from the Story collection for Windham Fabrics. The backing is crazy simple to piece and yet I love not having to piece it with the wide backings! I quilted this one myself, and bound it with my machine binding technique you can find here. I’m curating April’s Quilters Candy Box! They do a great job of putting together a fun box full of quilting goodies. You can find out more about it here, and I hope you’ll love what I chose! Have a wonderful and hopefully sunny weekend! 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