Cornerbeam · Deb Tucker · Northernneighbors · quilting · quilts · Splitrects · Studio 180 Design · Wingclipper

Northern Neighbors, Oh Canada!

Back in March, the Studio 180 Design Certified Instructors along with Deb, Sue and the rest of the Tucker team got together to test a couple of new patterns, “Wish Upon and Northern Neighbors”.  I just finished my Northern Neighbors quilt top. I used all batik fabrics.  There were hundreds of flying geese in this quilt which I never would have happened without the Wing Clipper tool. The pattern also uses the Corner Beam, and Split Rects tools.  The tools are fabulous, and help to get accurate points when you sew a good quarter inch seam. This quilt was challenging with the tools, but I would never have attempted it without them.

Trimming the Corner Beam block.

 

 

Leaf section of the Northern Neighbors block.  Can you find the Corner Beam, the Wing Clipper and the Split Rects in this block?
Making Flying Geese with the Wing Clipper. Did I say hundreds of them!
Pieces coming together. Lots of pieces.

 

 

 

Putting it all together. Love my Design Wall! Thanks go to my husband Rick for building it.  

 

Oh the joy of a completed top!  Now unto…….”Doubly Charmed” I think.
I’m teaching “Sea Glass” at Bernina Connection next week. Come and join us.

 

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