Friday, August 14, 2009

Denim quilt-as-you-go tutorial...


By request, I made a Flickr set showing my denim quilt-as-you-go method. I'm just glad I thought to take pictures of the steps. I guess I either anticipated a "how to" tutorial or figured I'd need it as Old-Timer's disease set in. Click here for the Denim Quilt tutorial.

9 comments:

  1. What a great idea. Over the years I've thrown away so many worn-out jeans and never once thought about making a quilt with the good pieces of fabric. Thanks!

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  2. Hi Jody,
    Just wanted to stop by and say thank you for visiting my blog. You were a no reply on my email, so I thought I would leave you a comment here.
    Have a great weekend,
    ~Karen~

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  3. Oh thank you for doing a tutorial, it is always so helpful to see how someone is doing something xoxoxo Clarice

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  4. I hope the tutorial is clear and that you enjoy making a QAYG denim quilt.

    Jody

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  5. Thanks for the tutorial, Jody! More inspiration!

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  6. Thanks for all the pictures and instructions. I just sat down to take a break from cutting pieces for the first quilt I've made in about 20 years, for my 9th grandchild! You encourage me to get back to work.

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  7. Just popping in from NM. Ranch Wife and I were discussing quilts and various asundry (as we always do) and she suggested I stop by and peruse your posts. It looks like everything I had planned for the day is going to be postponed - what fun I am having! Your quilts are wonderful! I am staring at a big stack of denim from discarded jeans and your tutorial is just the ticket! Thank you. I too just completed a quilt for our son to take to college. He requested camo and it felt good to send him away with a homemade quilt. I love how you embroidered the label. I really need to label the quilts I make. This quilting thing is a sickness I tell you!

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  8. I found your blog from a comment you left on 4:53 and so glad I did. My quilting friend (Donna) has tried to explain to me how this kind of quilt was done, but I didn't get it. I needed to see it - now I get it! Thank you.

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