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UrbanAmish Lesson 1 • Indian Hatchet

March 3, 2016

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

BartholoMEW also says do not be afraid! If you have never tried fusible appliqué, now is the time.

He wants to give you a few hints he gave Yolanda when she was designing him.

1. First thing you should do is make a copy of the page his template appears in the Quiltmakers...

I have the honor of having a foundation-pieced block published in the latest Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks, Volume 13. I just love this magazine and so thrilled to have this block accepted.

In the magazine the block is called Topsy Turvy (page 18) which is a very cute name fo...

Thursday, March 3, 2016

(This post originally was published on SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2009 through blogspot.)

 

Ruby Short McKim in her book One Hundred and One Patchwork Patterns published in 1931 in Independence, Missouri writes of the Indian Hatchet Block:

 

"Warlike and trea...

Friday, August 22, 2014

Today is the first day of UrbanAmishFabrics.com.

I've been thinking about redesigning my UrbanAmish website way too long and decided I simply had to start totally new and right now! I had been working on it offline for a few months but why put off publishing any longer.

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Note to visitors:

I'm gradually consolidating my fabric related web presence into one website. I am starting to rescue posts that I hope you will find useful as a quilter and include them all here along with new thoughts about quilt design.

A series of blogposts I wish to especially rescue are the UrbanAmish Lessons and hopefully build upon them. The republished blog post will be labeled as such.