Quilt Alongs by Karen H

Welcome to my quilt along (QAL) page. I hope you'll enjoy my QALs and that if you decide to make the quilt and blog about it that you'll let me know and please link back to my blog as a courtesy!

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THE EMPIRE QUILT 2016 QUILT ALONG - COMING SOON!!!!!!!!!!!



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SOUPCON 2014 QUILT ALONG
My first quilt along (QAL) was Soupcon and it ran in the first quarter of 2014.


This six part QAL will produce a medallion quilt that measures 31 1/2" square. Soupcon is a French word that means "a little bit". I chose this name for my QAL because I shared a little bit of many different techniques that I enjoy using in my quilt making. This quilt could easily be made into a larger quilt with the addition of borders. The instructions also provide a variety of design options so there are plenty of opportunities for you to apply your own person touches. Feel free to visit the Soupcon FLICKR Group for inspiration. I made Soupcon in two colourways. This is my blue version.

This is my red version of Soupcon.

If you would like to make your own Soupcon quilt I hope that you'll post pictures of your quilt on the Soupcon FLICKR Group. Here are the links to the Soupcon QAL:

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VALUE PROPOSITION 2015 QUILT ALONG

This QAL is complete and you will find links to all of the instructions below. I've also published a pattern for this quilt and it is available on Craftsy for $10US. You will find the pattern here. The pattern is a 60 page booklet that includes all of the instructions from fabric selection, to rapid fire cutting techniques, basting, block construction, path construction and a simplified set of instructions for the quilt assembly. Also included are answers to some FAQs. This booklet tells you everything you need to know to make this quilt!



Value Proposition Quilt by Karen H







4 comments:

  1. Thanks for this tab, Karen! Now I can easily find the part to which I need to refer.

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  2. Excellent idea Karen!!!! Thanks to you so much...

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  3. I just discovered this,how handy! I need to give the path some thought!

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  4. Has anyone else finished their value proposition? Any suggestions for quilting it?

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