On-Point Patchwork: More Uses for the On-Point Ruler, Part 3

Quilters Newsletter Workshop | Series 100 | 108 Part 3


Now that the blocks are completed, Donna Lynn Thomas explains the borders on Rainbow Radiance. Note that the top and bottom inner quilt borders are a different width than those on the sides. Donna also explains the philosophy behind using variegated thread to quilt the central part of the quilt and white thread in the borders. An added bonus is a quilt trunk show highlighting some of Donna’s other quilts.To watch more episodes of Quilters Newsletter Workshop visit QNNtv.com!

 Guest Bio:

Donna Lynn Thomas has been sewing since she was 4 years old and quilting since 1975. She has taught quilt classes across the U.S. and internationally. She earned her National Quilting Association certification for basic quiltmaking in 1988. Donna is also the author of several quilt books with Martingale, including On-Point Patchwork, the companion book to the On-Point Ruler featured in this episode and which Donna developed for Ominigrid. She also designed the Bias Stripper™ ruler.

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On-Point Patchwork: Fuss-Free Diagonals    Omnigrip On Point Ruler       Stripples Strikes Again!:  
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