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A Fine Romance-Step Two


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  • Applique

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Here we go! It's on to Step Two of our eight step block of the month project, A Fine Romance. Be sure to download Step One ( and the Introduction ( to stay up to date. This month we get to start playing with color, hurrah! We'll make our first pieced blocks, learn about the frames around each block and begin our applique. We'll need about a zillion of the medium leaves (actually it's closer to 180), so let's get cracking! As with Step One, this step will be posted at a cost of $1 until the next step is up. All previous steps will be posted at $2 each, so be sure to get each step as they are posted. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Rotary cut, sew a quarter inch seam allowance, basic applique skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The quilt finishes about 95" x 111", these blocks should measure 12 1/2" x 16 1/2".

Recommended with this pattern

  • Background and Background Accent Fabric, Fat quarters of Five shades of Purple (or color of choice), Several Fat quarters of shades of many different greens for the leaves
  • Four zip top bags labeled One through Four, basic rotary cutting and piecing tools, favorite applique tools

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Applewood Farm
Applewood Farm
Beth likes to say that needlework is sewn into the fiber of her being. After learning to embroider at the age of four, she was smitten with all things needle and thread. By age 12, she was sewing her own clothes. Today, Beth has been quilting and teaching for decades. She's written several books on quilting, and been featured on <i>Simply Quilts</i>, <i>Kaye’s Quilting Friends</i>, and <i>The Quilt Show</i> with Ricky Tims and Alex Anderson. Beth also has her own pattern publishing company called Applewood Farm.