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    Default Tutorial / lesson on apple core

    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

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    Default 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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    Default 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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    Default 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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    Default 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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    Default 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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    Default 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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    Default Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

    Quote 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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    Default Re: Tutorial / lesson on apple core

    I agree with Lorie - it looks like both.

    Quote 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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    Default 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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