Block 5 of Rosebud Fayre
Classes with Valerie Nesbitt • Educational, G, 01-Feb-2012
Block 5 of Rosebud Fayre Medallion Quilt
In this section Valerie & Jennie make the Flying Geese units for the borders; design and make them into four borders for the medallion quilt. They give you an alternative setting, so that you could turn the quilt into a rectangular bed quilt.
Also, they talk about the corner star square, it is made from four flying geese units, different size to the border, which they have coupled with a plain rectangle.
For those wishing to see more on how to use Flying Geese there are two other great workshops with Valerie: Fast Flying Geese, No Waste and Modern Flying Geese Quilt.
NEXT: Click here for Block 6 of Rosebud Fayre.
Up Next in Classes with Valerie Nesbitt
Block 4 of Rosebud Fayre
Block 4 of Rosebud Fayre Medallion Quilt
The easy stars are really easy, and work on their own too. Then Jennie has set you a bit of a challenge – which is a stunner. Check the workshop notes, which are plenty.
Once you have made all the pieces, Valerie and Jennie talk you through how these get a...
Block 3 of Rosebud Fayre
Block 3 of Rosebud Fayre Medallion Quilt
Log Cabin is a very simple and versatile block, fast and easy to make. Valerie and Jennie chose to make the block more pink than sludgy green and therefore call the pink dark and the green light, but you can do it the other way round. They use up all the s...
Block 2 of Rosebud Fayre
Block 2 of Rosebud Fayre Medallion Quilt
Quilters use the Dresden Plate, a very traditional design, in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. For this project, Jennie and Valerie use the East Dresden template. Also, they show the option to use the Grandmother’s Fan design instead, and other optio...