FAQ I agree they look fine not matching--just wondered. Love your detailed instructions and pictures. Going to use these jelly rolls that I bought! Thank you so much for sharing. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Thanks so much for sharing this tutorial! I've gone very dense on a few of my QAYG's and love the difference in feel on the front compared to the subtle back. You're welcome!! The end result is a stunning, simple, and adorable herringbone quilt, and made quickly too! Optional: This is the name that will appear alongside any reviews you create on the site. This herringbone quilt is an easy pattern that’s great for beginner quilters. Thanks! Modern herringbone patterns date back to the Roman Empire and were used in road paving systems. steam. Especially for newbie like me. Thank you, Catherine! :), Thank you thank you thank you! Hi Marie! Files must be no more than 1MB. Can’t wait to make one! Found your blog on Quarter Incher and so glad I did :) Will definitely try this method soon! OH, this is my kind of quilt and yes, I would like to stitch one. This is beautiful...thanks for the tutorial! This definitely takes a lot of time and work, but it's so worth it! Love the look of more quilting on the front than on the back- and all done on a domestic machine! This gorgeous pattern makes a beautiful throw-size quilt. The place to sew it is the top edge of the batt. Then on every diagonal seam, I’m going to stitch in the ditch, which means sewing right on top of the seam. This will create the herringbone pattern once the fabric strings are added and the panels are sewn together Adding the Fabric Strings : : 5. Thanks! Thanks for the inspiration, I am bookmarking this to try! Hi Maureen, I followed your instructions and everything was clear and i really had no issues, until i went to piece my "strings" of all the fabrics together. How many pieces did you end up cutting? Love this!! PAIN. It’s so beautiful!! Flip that one down and sew on the next one wrong side up.Get it? Next fold the binding over to the front of the quilt. This looks like great fun - thanks for another terrific how-to, Maureen! Thanks for the tutorial, Maureen. Pinterest has lots of results for small, beginning quilting projects, so take a look and see if you can find something you like that has good instructions! Line up the ends like a plus sign. Love this quilt! I'm a physical therapist with 33 years of lifting people reeking havoc on both of my shoulders, so quilting a full size quilt is pretty much out of the question anymore. You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service"). A great idea and a great tutorial. I absolutely wouldn't spend my sewing time making a quilt that was poorly constructed or that wasn't comfortable! I have never tried the QAYG method where you sew two sections that are already sew to batting together. Thank you, Heather!! Then lay the batting on top of it and smooth it out. (typo)Also if you look at the photos you can see that they don't always match. I wanted to use fewer colors and therefor fewer pieces. I think I understand why though - you wouldn't be able to see the line in order to sew the second strip on if you just placed the fabric over it - the sewing line ensures you can see that line to add the second strip. Be sure to check out my first post on my herringbone quilts here. So glad she link your site. About the same size as yours, maybe a bit bigger. Once you have all the chevrons complete, sew together the columns. Next sew together one gray and one colored triangle. I have antique flour sacks that will be incorporated into the quilt. CB Handmade now has a Facebook page, so you can connect there if that tickles yer fancy. Feel free to email me with questions about the tutorial or buying a quilt. Maureen, thank you so much for doing the tutorial on your beautiful quilt! I also need 27 8” squares of the gray fabric for a total of 54 gray triangles. This such a beautiful quilt and such well written tutorial! This is my kind of quilt. I never thought this would be so easy to make! dont know if this was already asked or not, but what is that backing fabric?? Thanks for stopping in! (not to mention the chevron, which is just so great! The second I saw your post on this quilt I knew I needed to re-create it! Love it! If your fabric has a right side, they should be facing. We expressly reserve the right to remove or not make available any Materials that we deem to be in violation of this Agreement, applicable laws or our community standards in our sole discretion. :), Maureen this is amazing! I can now do a quilt in long strips instead of in blocks. How big of one can I make? I know there were 7 columns, and rows were 16 or 17. Then sew the top and bottom of the chevron together. Just email me first and I will get right back to you! Although we have the right to include your Materials in the Service or in any Media, we do not have the obligation to do so. Adding 10" to each panel would mean that you would need about 7 more strips for each panel, multiplied by 8 panels = about 56 more strips. Thank you, Tammy! 6. Thank you SO MUCH for sharing the Tutorial! Guys. The patterned fabric used to make the quilt is all hand dyed. But I think it […], I must thank an anonymous Japanese paving block manufacturer for this design. Love this!! THanks again!! I think I will try this. I much prefer this panel method rather than making "blocks". That is the best one I've seen so far for the Herringbone pattern..and looks to be the best and easiest way too!!! AWESOME!!! Your email address will not be published. Sew together, paying careful attention to the points. It doesn’t seem like a really “in your face” herringbone design, but that may be because it’s folded or really close up in the pictures. The part I can't figure out is attaching the other side of the first strip, can you describe that for me please? Bedtime Blessings: 12 Dreamy Quilt Patterns, Love & Oven Mitts: DIY Potholder Tutorial, Christmas Sewing Projects: DIY Christmas Stockings, Thanksgiving Table Decor: 10 Easy Sewing Projects, 12 Table Runner Patterns to Deck Out Your Holiday Table, Trend Report: 12 Faux Fur Sewing Patterns, Tips and Tricks Tuesday: How to Press Fabric. I have to do this. This is great. Your comment will appear after our editors have had a chance to review it. Thank you, Jane! It's gorgeous! Then cut the squares in half diagonally. I love this quilt and your tutorial! […] HERRINGBONE QUILT TUTORIAL {Hello Melly Designs} […], […] shop in January), Ripple (available HERE in her shop), Easy Herringbone Quilt (tutorial available HERE from Hello Melly Designs), Spiral Bound (available HERE in her […], Your email address will not be published. If all of the strips are the same width, it seems like they should match.Also- could you quickly describe how the quilt would be finished if the backing was also added to the batting strips. Fabulous tutorial Maureen! Piece these, Whether you manipulate the traditional sizing of the herringbone “arrows” or distort the vertical lines that run through the design, variations of herringbone patterns can be just as stunning as the traditional style. 10) Changes to Agreement. On a few panels I added strips that were a little too short in length, so I trimmed away the access to just where my batting was covered. The PDF files include the fabric requirements, cutting instructions, diagrams for the piecing, quilt top assembly instructions, quilting, and finishing. Love love love this! Rest assured that every piece of your herringbone quilt is impeccably constructed with these simple herringbone quilt blocks! Maureen you are so kind and generous to all of us; your tuts are the best by far! I'm so excited you posted the tutorial. The strips are 3″ x 10″ cut from each 10″ stacker, and then the corners are cut at the 60 degree angle. Make sure the corners are lining up evenly and sew along the edge, again, with ¼” seam allowance. Be sure to check out our list of the best chevron quilt patterns ever. A long arm quilter needs about 4″ extra around all sides so for the quilt this size it would need about 2 3/4 yds. I really want to do this quilt. Now it’s time to sew it all together. And hopefully use this as an excuse to shop for some fabrics.Thank you so much for the tutorial Maureen. I am going to give this a try! I will definitely have to make one of these. PRIME PUBLISHING PROVIDES THE SERVICE "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. OH MY! xo Erica, Sandra Clemons quilt with Gorgeous Alison Glass fabrics, At the end of this quilt, what I have to say is, Yes, that is the quilt I wanted to make!

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