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Circle Of Roses Quilt Blocks 18"


      by: Jack Dempsey
Manufacturer:   

Jack Dempsey

Stamped Projects:   

Stamped Quilt Blocks

ProductType:   

Stamped Stitchables

SKU: 487658
Project Size: 18" x 18"

Price: $10.10 

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 601 cranberry - dk 8 $0.49
 604 cranberry - lt 6 $0.49
 700 christmas green - br 6 $0.49
 702 kelly green 14 $0.49

Description

Item Description:  
JACK DEMPSEY-Stamped Cross Stitch: Quilt Blocks. This package contains six 18x18 inch poly/cotton quilt blocks stamped in wash- away ink, instructions, and floss requirements. Floss, batting, backing, hoop and needle not included. Design: XX Circle of Roses. To make a twin quilt you will need 3 packages, full needs 4 packages, queen needs 5 packages, and king needs 5 packages

Approximate quilt requirements: Twin - 3 packages; Full - 4 packages; Queen - 5 packages; King - 5 packages.

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Quilting
I can't quilt with my machine around the blocks so could I hand quilt around the blocks? If so what kind of thread would I use?
Posted By carey.bott on 08/06/16.    72 Views, Replied to by NZstitcher on 08/06/16
Circle of roses
When finished would you tie the four corners of the block? And what would you tie it with?
Posted By carey.bott on 08/05/16.    100 Views, 2 Replies, latest by syagel on 08/06/16
Tieing
These blocks are quilted after the quilt is put together would you tie the corners or how would you get the batting to not move so it doesn't bunch ...
Posted By carey.bott on 08/06/16.    75 Views, Replied to by syagel on 08/06/16