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    Hi

    I am looking for info on how to put a border / latice or sash on an apple in the apple core quilt.
    Have seen one on Pintress but no instructions. I have the templete for the apple and have followed Jenny without problem. Just don't know how to do this sash.

    Think maybe I do each core separately but not sure about the seams being a problem. Any idea's?

    the link below should show the photo

    https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com...1d2aa396a4.jpg

    Thanks for any help.

    Gail

    #2
    Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

    Never made one but found this M* tutorial by searching apple core quilt on Google images - check that out as well. Not sure if that's what you wanted but good luck with the search.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiUnxkDikLg

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      #3
      Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

      P.S. I guess this is more like what you wanted -

      http://www.pieplatepatterns.com/coll...ttern-booklets

      ....although I'm not sure what 'no piecing required' means!!

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        #4
        Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

        I looked and looked till I couldn't look no more. lol I believe it's from Keepsake Quilting,but all the links led to an error. I would sash it like the sashed tumbler. Use bias strips and you should be okay.
        🌺 Lorie

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          #5
          Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

          I'm going to throw a curve ball at you. It's not an apple core. I zoomed in on my computer and it's rectangles. I think because they are different sizes it's giving you that illusion. I'll try again with some different search words, unless someone beats me to it.
          🌺 Lorie

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            #6
            Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

            Hi

            I did go back and zoom it and I think you are correct it is not an apple core.

            I just sent off an email to keepsake asking about the pattern, where I find it.

            Thanks so much for pointing me in the right direction.

            Gail

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              #7
              Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

              It does look like a basket weave quilt, which is made of squares, not rectangles! Visit this page to see the block (and quilt) using only two different fabrics: http://patchworkbliss.com.au/simple-quilts-woven-bliss/

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                #8
                Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

                Originally posted by Oleg View Post
                It does look like a basket weave quilt, which is made of squares, not rectangles! Visit this page to see the block (and quilt) using only two different fabrics: http://patchworkbliss.com.au/simple-quilts-woven-bliss/
                Copy it into your computer and zoom in. It's rectangles and squares.
                🌺 Lorie

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                  #9
                  Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

                  I agree with Lorie - it looks like both.

                  Originally posted by sewUK View Post
                  P.S. I guess this is more like what you wanted -

                  http://www.pieplatepatterns.com/coll...ttern-booklets

                  ....although I'm not sure what 'no piecing required' means!!
                  That's interesting. I wonder how that's done with no piecing? I'm not willing to pay $12 to find out, though.
                  Cindy

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                    #10
                    Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

                    Thanks for the links and help. I am going to give it a try. Looks easy.

                    Thanks again Gail

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                      #11
                      Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

                      If you don't want to finish the way Jenny does in her tutorial (using half-cores all around the edges and then a standard border & binding), you could use a bias binding, yes? There would be no border in that case, but I believe it would work if that's the look you're going for.

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                        #12
                        Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

                        Look at the pie to go tutorials and you will see how she does no machine piecing. Though she does not say how she anchors it down before quilting.

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                          #13
                          Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

                          Looked again at the pieplate pattern and zoomed in - I think the apple cores could be appliqued!! What do you think?

                          Originally posted by seaturtle View Post
                          I agree with Lorie - it looks like both.



                          That's interesting. I wonder how that's done with no piecing? I'm not willing to pay $12 to find out, though.

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                            #14
                            Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

                            I agree I think that I would have to, I don't like raw edges. Also think it would be a waste of a lot of fabric as the one I am thinking of is a king size.

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                              #15
                              Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

                              I found this free pattern and was thinking if you used thinner sashing it comes really close.

                              http://www.maryquilts.com/new-forest-bricks/
                              🌺 Lorie

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