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    Starting Camelot by Trish Harper

    Camelot Block 1.jpgCamelot Block 1-bis.jpgCamelot Block 1-tris.jpg

    This is block 1 of 16 total blocks. Anyone is sewing this quilt as well?
    A friend introduced me to this, when we went handsewing an afternoon in a windy and chill place to escape the heat in the city. I love EPP but never have been handsewing and I discovered it's really relaxing!

    Yesterday night I cut and started on block 2. It's a bit Christmassy, isn't it? but the inspiration came from that beautiful black fabric with holly and I decided to do something winter-xmas but not too much.

    Just curious if anyone is doing it too
    My blog (when I will be able to keep it updated): http://juliasdreamabout.blogspot.it/

    Queen of Quiltgard

    Lover of Scraps

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    Re: Starting Camelot by Trish Harper

    This looks so difficult to do, but turns out beautiful! What will the finished project be to incorporate this circle block?

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      #3
      Re: Starting Camelot by Trish Harper

      Goodness! That looks like a tremendous challenge, and I am not sure I'm up to it yet. I admire your strategy of plunging right in though. And I do think that using holiday fabrics to make this pattern would be absolutely stunning. Is this the pattern you are using?

      https://www.etsy.com/listing/8264150...-quilt-pattern

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        Re: Starting Camelot by Trish Harper

        Originally posted by Midge View Post
        Goodness! That looks like a tremendous challenge, and I am not sure I'm up to it yet. I admire your strategy of plunging right in though. And I do think that using holiday fabrics to make this pattern would be absolutely stunning. Is this the pattern you are using?

        https://www.etsy.com/listing/8264150...-quilt-pattern
        Exactly

        Jean Sewing Machine you can see it as well if you click on the link Midge gently provided, I didn't think about posting the whole project, sorry

        The fault is all on my friend who had me try making the first block. I also thought it was difficult but I discovered that doing it slowly and peacefully and relaxing was the best strategy. Also good ironing helps, as you can see my center doesn't match that well
        My blog (when I will be able to keep it updated): http://juliasdreamabout.blogspot.it/

        Queen of Quiltgard

        Lover of Scraps

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          #5
          Re: Starting Camelot by Trish Harper

          Good luck with the rest of your blocks, and I hope you will share your progress with us. This will be so beautiful.

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            #6
            Re: Starting Camelot by Trish Harper

            a beautiful quilt,are you going to hand piece the other blocks as well? My first 2 quilts were both hand pieced and quilted.
            :icon_wave:Joan

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              Re: Starting Camelot by Trish Harper

              Originally posted by stationarymom View Post
              a beautiful quilt,are you going to hand piece the other blocks as well? My first 2 quilts were both hand pieced and quilted.
              I will. It wouldn't feel right (for me) to mix machine sewing and hand sewing in this particular project.

              I promise I will share progress
              My blog (when I will be able to keep it updated): http://juliasdreamabout.blogspot.it/

              Queen of Quiltgard

              Lover of Scraps

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                #8
                Re: Starting Camelot by Trish Harper

                Wow. I thought I looked at this link yesterday and the patter price was under $10. Today it's over $30! Like the pattern, but not that much.

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