Rosebud Fayre Quilt Series with Jennie Rayment and Valerie Nesbitt

Rosebud Fayre Quilt Series with Jennie Rayment and Valerie Nesbitt

Jennie and Val guide you through making this lovely Rosebud Fayre Medallion quilt in installments. It is perfect for beginners, and provides plenty of challenges for those more accomplished sewers.

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Rosebud Fayre Quilt Series with Jennie Rayment and Valerie Nesbitt
  • Rosebud Fayre - Block of the Month

    Jennie & Valerie guide you through making this lovely quilt in instalments. It is a perfect project for beginners, but there will also be some challenges for those more accomplished sewers.
    The Rosebud Fayre Medallion quilt is made with a mixture of Rosebud Fayre fabrics designed by Gail Kessler ...

  • Block 6 of Rosebud Fayre

    Block 6 of Rosebud Fayre Medallion Quilt
    Inset or Y seams can be off-putting but as always Jennie makes it all look easy in designing 8-pointed stars for the corners of this quilt. Follow her lead – and the very comprehensive instructions, including the workshop notes – and you will have a great ...

  • Block 1 of Rosebud Fayre

    Block 1 of Rosebud Fayre Medallion Quilt
    In this video Jennie and Valerie discuss the fabrics they have chosen; talk about half square and quarter-square triangles and the way the grain of the fabric works with you and against you.
    They construct the centre medallion from four half-square triangl...

  • 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...

  • 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 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 5 of Rosebud Fayre

    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 ta...

  • Block 7 of Rosebud Fayre

    Block 7 of Rosebud Fayre Medallion Quilt

    See how Jennie and Valerie change the square medallion quilt into one that is more bedshaped with the simple use of a triple rail border with 9 patch corners. This allows you to use up lots of the remaining fabrics and is always a good option for a quil...