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Fans Out Of Africa

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Fans Out Of Africa - This was my first attempt at quilting....queen size...I do NOT recommend a first quilt this big...My husband bought me my first "very own" sewing machine our first Christmas together, and with it came free lessons and classes whre he purchased the machine. This was a stack n wack class based on the 18* fan ruler. I stacked exact patterns then cut using the ruler so each fan had exact patterns on each piece. I started it in 2001 but it took me till 2005 to actually finish it. I had to tote my sewing machine up and downstairs to my kitchen table everytime I wnated to work on it so therefore it sat a very long time. I was encouraged to finish it for a housewarming gift for my younger sister, as her bedroom theme was to be "Africian inspired".

Date Added: July 18, 2007

 

Name of Pattern or Block Stack n Wack Fan ruler
Owned By Cambretta Wilson
Name of Maker Tiffanee Noack
Name of Quilter Tiffanee Noack
Year Made 2005
Year Made is: Certain
Located in City Mabelvale
Located in State AR
Located in Country US
Condition of Quilt Excellent
Design Source Published Pattern
Design Source - Published In Fan Throw
Design Source - Designed by 18* fan ruler package by Bethany Reynolds
Design Source - Description This was my first attempt at quilting....queen size...I do NOT recommend a first quilt this big...My husband bought me my first "very own" sewing machine our first Christmas together, and with it came free lessons and classes whre he purchased the machine. This was a stack n wack class based on the 18* fan ruler. I stacked exact patterns then cut using the ruler so each fan had exact patterns on each piece. I started it in 2001 but it took me till 2005 to actually finish it. I had to tote my sewing machine up and downstairs to my kitchen table everytime I wnated to work on it so therefore it sat a very long time. I was encouraged to finish it for a housewarming gift for my younger sister, as her bedroom theme was to be "Africian inspired".
Genre Contemporary Quilt
Quilt Type Large Quilt
Quilt Width 75
Quilt Height 90
Measurement In: Inches
Fabric Used 100% Commercial Cotton
Construction Technique Pieced
Piecing By Machine
Applique by None
Types of Quilting Quilted on domestic machine
Embellishments None

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