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Show 2511: Jayme Crow

Featuring: Jayme Crow

Posts On: November 17, 2019

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Alex loves straight line quilting and wanted to avoid the stop and start process. She starts the show off by sharing a fun Bubble quilt with machine appliquéd circles using turned edge appliqué after the background was quilted.

We are then introduced to eclectic quilter Jayme Crow, a fabric designer for Island Batiks, who dabbles in many different styles. Jayme shares a fun technique for creating a strip design using batik fabric with zero waste. To wrap up the show, Jayme shares her diamond shaped Boondoggle ruler and the basics of cutting and assembly with the ruler to make an infinite variety of quilt designs.

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Jayme Crow

From Chapter One:

Alex shares a fun Bubble quilt with machine appliquéd circles using turned edge appliqué after the background was quilted.

From Chapter Two:

Jayme Crow, a fabric designer for Island Batiks, shares her quilts and their stories with Alex and Ricky.

From Chapter Three:

Jayme shares a fun technique for creating a strip design using batik fabric with zero waste.

From Chapter Four:

Jayme shares her diamond shaped Boondoggle ruler and the basics of cutting and assembly with the ruler to make an infinite variety of quilt designs. This is followed up with a look at a variety of Boondoggle quilt designs.

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#8 Mailmanldy 2019-11-26 15:01
I really loved the Circle quilt,, so much so, I want to start making circles to create my own. But what Jayme was showing us with the backflip, got me thinking about all kinds of things.. such as making "fabric" to use for bags or other items, not just quilts. And I really like the boondoggle ruler and ideas!!! So much information is packed into your shows, it is a great investment to be a memeber!!!
#7 Meegwat 2019-11-25 11:43
So much inspiration! Gotta try it all!
#6 Quayquilter 2019-11-21 07:50
This is the BEST Quilt Show I have ever seen and Ive there since before the start - just the sort of thing that appeals to me. Thank you!
#5 AlexAnderson 2019-11-19 14:04
gohuntin - GREAT question! By having the fusible to the inside it will hold the shape of the applique together. I know it seems odd, but it is the preferable way to do it.
#4 gohuntin 2019-11-18 13:02
Alex, if I put the fusible piece with the shiny side facing the right side of the fabric and sew the circle, then turn it inside out, I could fuse the circle to my quilt top. What's the advantage of having the fusible face the wrong side of the circle after turning? Am I missing something?
#3 CathyBeverage 2019-11-18 06:48
Do you not take the tear away stabilizer out of the circles?
#2 AlexAnderson 2019-11-17 11:08
OK now.........Gen e - you caught a big boo boo on my part. Yikes, YES take it out!!!......... ......thank you - Alex
#1 GeneBlack 2019-11-17 08:00
Did Alex leave the tearaway INSIDE the circle? That seems odd unless it is "washaway/teara way"
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