Tuesday, October 1, 2013

A Herringbone Quilt in PDF : :

Happy Tuesday! I spent my blog time this morning, and then some, turning my Herringbone Quilt Tutorial into a print-friendly PDF! Not the easiest task with my very limited computer knowledge & abilities.

Just click on the photo below or on this link HERE and you should be directed...hopefully!

A Herringbone Quilt PDF

Thank you so much for all the wonderful comments, likes, & shares you sent my way yesterday! I'll be back tomorrow with something new!

Have a great day!!    Maureen

46 comments:

  1. Haven't found anyone better...ThankYou Maureen...wishing You only Good

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  2. Wow!! Thank you for taking the time to do that, Maureen!!

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  3. Beautiful Quilt :) You constantly inspire :) Cheers, T. :)

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  4. Thanks for the tutorial and how awesome you created a .PDF! I am super excited to try this - I love your Rock 'n Romance version as well and ordered some R 'n R fabric during the sale at Sprightly Fabrics that you gave us a heads up about. So excited for this! Thanks, Maureen!

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  5. Thank you Maureen. The quilt is beautiful. Perhaps my coveted Denyse Schmidt fabric will get cut for this quilt. I am thrilled that you spent your time to make a PDF of this quilt pattern. You're the best!

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  6. This quilt is so beautiful!!! I just love all your creations :)

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  7. thank you so much!! love this quilt and just discovered your blog! amazing! thank you

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  8. Thank you for this tutorial!!! I will be making one of these!! I love all the bright colors...this quilt is right up my ally!! :) Blessings

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    1. You're so welcome! I love these colors too, but I'm also very excited to try a few more quilts in this pattern using different color variations!

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  9. Thank you for this tutorial!!! I will be making one of these!! I love all the bright colors...this quilt is right up my ally!! :) Blessings

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  10. Thanks for the PDF. I have a question. Am I lining up the first fabric strip exactly on the line I drew, and then sewing 1/4 inch from that line? So each sewn line will be 1/4" from the actual line drawn. It's probably obvious to everyone, but I'm still a beginner. Thanks.

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  11. Thank you so much for this it is Awesome!!!!! I am so excited to make one of my own!!!!!!

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    1. You're very welcome! Be sure to share a photo of it with me if you do! I'd love to see!!

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  12. Thank you so very much for putting this in PDF format. I love the scrappy look of this quilt and I have been wanting to try your QAYG technique and I think am going to try this out. You are very talented and I have been following you for a while now - I love your quilts and now I just need to quit my job and quilt.

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  13. This is really a beautiful, colorful quilt. Thank you for the tutorial!

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  14. Maureen thank you sew much for this pattern!! I use Warm and Natural Batting I think that will work with this as I haven't had any trouble with ironing it! But will it run smoothly while quilting it with no backing? Thank you again you have inspired me to do large quilts again!!
    Jan

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    1. The ironing was the only concern I had with Warm & Natural, since I didn't have any here to test out. As far as sewing with it smoothly without a backing -- you should be fine!!

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    2. Thank you Maureen!! I will test it again to make sure! But I have used a hot steamy iron when I QSYG with W & N and some other batting I have used too!! Never melted or too much drag with the iron!! I did table runners not quilts!! Now I will try quilts!!

      Thank you, Hugs, Jan

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  15. Thank you so much for this great tutorial!!!

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  16. You did a great job on the tutorial Maureen! Thank you so much for sharing.

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  17. Thanks for putting the tutorial on PDF, it really helps

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  18. Thank you so much for putting all the time and effort into putting this together! I LOVE your quilt and can't wait to make one of my own. The whole QAYG thing has intrigued me for a long time and your quilt and great instructions have given me the push I needed to jump right in. Thanks again!

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  19. Thanks for the pdf of your zig zag quilt. Hope mine turns out like yours

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  20. Thanks you for the tutorial.Your quilt is spectacular!

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  21. Thanks you, thank you, thank you!!

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  22. Thank you! That was so nice of you to take the time to make the pdf.

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    1. You're very welcome! I hope it prints out fine for you. The first time I printed it out, it looked great with just a few spacing adjustments needed. I made those and then the second time it printed my photos looked a little pixilated. I hope it's OK! I have a lot to learn when it comes to this computer stuff! :)

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  23. Thank you for the PDF! What a gift! Just LOVE this quilt - can't wait to make one. Using the quilt-as-you-go method sounds ideal to me! Thank you!

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    1. You're welcome, Emily! This quilt pattern will me my go-to for when I start selling quilts, the qayg and easy string piecing is SO ideal!! :)

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  24. Have my PDF printed out and in a little sleeve to protect it till I've got a little time on my hands and I can experiment! Thanks so much for being so generous with your amazing talent!
    I was telling someone about how you won a bag on my blog and I won fabric from yours yesterday. She loves your blog too!

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  25. I follow around 200 blogs, but yours is the most often visited:) Thanks for making the pdf:) It makes it much easier for me to work with and play:)

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  26. Maureen, this is so generous of you to share. Thank you so much. I cannot wait to make this, hopefully early next year when my plate clears off a little.

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  27. The quilt looks great. I love it from 3girls1apple.com

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  28. Thank you so much for putting together and sharing this pattern! I've been curious to try the QAYG method, but a wee bit intimidated too. Your instructions make it sound like something I could actually manage! Thanks again for the inspiration!

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  29. Thank you sew very much !!! I am very anxious to make one of these. It will have to wait a bit though, I have about a hundred projects in the works.

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  30. Thanks. I'll be sure to try this out with my stash.

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  31. Thanks so much for the great pattern and the very clear instructions / photos. I love it!

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  32. Thanks so much for the great pattern and the very clear instructions.

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  33. thanks so much for this wonderful tutorial - I've been wanting to try QAYG so this looks like the perfect project to start with !

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