Tuesday, April 5, 2011


How would you like to make a beautiful contemporary quilt that looks like this?  The Attic Window Quilt Shop has a ruler by Creative Grid that will help you do just that.  This ruler has undulating and varying sizes of curves, which allow you to create this work of art.  The batiks are lovely in the above quilt, but I can see it in vibrant solids, or even 30s fabrics.  I didn’t make it.  Someone made it for the Shop using the new Wave ruler.  If you haven’t seen this tool yet, stop in at the shop, take a look at this lovely quilt and ask for a Wave ruler demonstration.  You will love how easy this new tool is to use for quilts, place mats, pillows, etc.
This is a closer look.  I hope the person who made this will bring it into the shop after it is quilted.  I bet it will be even more breath taking then. 
ATTENTION:  Mark your calendar now for Craft Day at the Attic Window Quilt Shop on Saturday, April 30thYou will love all the fun projects that Chris has planned for you to make that day.  Please register with the shop ahead of time so enough kits will be available. 

Craft Passion has the cutest bunny sachet pattern/tutorial.  Perfect for this time of year.  While there, check out her twin turtle pincushion.  Darling.

Stay Positive!


Nancy Page said...

I will have to check into this ruler. It does make for some interesting seams. I rather like it. It is "completely different" to use a line from the old Monty Python shows. Great link also.

Have a super great sewing and stitching day.

Allie said...

Very pretty!

Linda said...

Sounds like a really cool ruler. I don't think I've seen that one yet.

Cindy Larson said...

That sounds like a great ruler to have :) I would love to see your shop but I'm not often near G.R. :( Have a great day :)


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