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« Design Wall Monday | Main | Patriotic quilts for patriots »

August 12, 2013



I've got the Making Quilts book recently too - Fractured is showing up all over the place isn't it.


I also "just" got Making Quilts & want to make a fractured quilt.


Just took a class with Kathy in Sisters. It was so much fun! My Fractured is underway. It can be done so many ways! Kathy's book has 20 plus patterns and is full of inspiration.


I have both of those books and I have already started pulling fabric for Fractured. I might be starting mine the last week in August. I know I need to make Red Center too (that one might be hand dyed fabric).


How coincidental. I just recently got Kathy's book and decided to make Fractured and Red Center - two of those that interest you. I already started my thinking process about what fabrics to use so I definitely would say - yes - to making it together. How fun!


I have been trying to figure out the Fracture quilt. I have a couple of theories, but I am not sure. I can't imagine cutting each block individually, but that is what I am guessing since the blocks seem to have different sized pieces. I have seen some beautiful ones and it would be beautiful out of hand dyes! I already have four quilts that I have to make yet this year and one I need to get quilted by the end of October so I don't think I could join in - darn!


Ohhh I have the book with the union station in I want to make mine - and I even have fabrics.... oh you are bad on my UFO list....


Read your post too quickly and missed the idea of making Fractured together. I have three blocks done so far and would love to join this effort. Am, however, a bit of a snail with many projects underway. Perhaps a bit of focus from a group effort would speed things along. I believe that it goes together rather quickly and is an amazing stash buster.


Yes. I read the post by Terri and said I would be up for joining in with the fractured quilt project, so please count me in!

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