How to Copy a Quilt by Drafting Patterns

| Quilty | Episode 223



Mary and Rebecca want to make a quilt block from a picture. But how do you “copy” a quilt? On this show, Mom shows the girls a thing or two about the very basics of drafting quilt patterns. You’ll need graph paper and a ruler for this Quilty adventure. For more fantastic quilting tips and ideas pick up Quilty the magazine, visit HeyQuilty.com or watch Quilty Season 2 on DVD!

 

          Quilty March April 2013

4 Comments

  1. I have to laugh at the comment MaryAnn made about “if you love office supplies, that’s a sign you will love quilting”. I only began quilting about 10 years ago, but I grew up in a family office supply store. It was my favorite place to be, and I can still spend hours wandering around in one – just like I can spend hours wandering in a quilt shop. How ironic!

    Tammie, 2 years ago Reply

  2. LOL…I used to roam the office supply store on my lunch hour…became such a “staple”, the clerks would tell new employees…”She’s just looking.” When I did need help, I would ask when I walked in.

    Two other things that will tell you that you will love quilting…if you love to do puzzles & love to do genealogy…both are really puzzles…figuring out how things go together…you will love quilting.
    Marge Campbell

    Margie Campbell, 2 years ago Reply

  3. Been bitten by the quilting bug and semi self taught. Now I know what I did not so good by watching lots of F&P LOQ shows.
    Lucky enough to live in the Chicago area and two channels air the show.
    Currently tackling a half hexagon braid nap size quilt.
    What to do next???

    LLWJ, 2 years ago Reply

  4. I am a big fan of both of your shows, but how do i subscribe to the Quilty Magazine, already am a subscriber to Fons and Porter mag.

    Nancy Nickel, 1 year ago Reply


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