9.4–Mellow Yellow–Challenge 4 of Project QUILTING Season 9

PQ-square-@400Project QUILTING is going strong and we’re moving onto the fourth challenge! It’s been such a joy to see how creative, engaging, and supportive each and everyone of you have been to your fellow PQers.  If you haven’t joined the “Challenge Quilts” group on facebook please head on over and see what it I’m talking about.  Everything you need to know about how Project QUILTING began can be found on THIS page.

Before I hand you over to Trish, a reminder: please read through the rules - read all the way to the bottom of this post -  and make sure you understand them. Feel free to ask questions, and we'll do our best to answer quickly. Note that photography of your finished project must be linked at the bottom of this post in order to be eligible for prizes and for the Viewer's Choice voting next week. The link up is in a square format so if you want your quilt in its entirety to show up on the thumbnail be sure to edit it into a square format. 

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Hey - it's Trish. We're over halfway through the season - are you hitting your stride? Still excited to make something new and win great prizes?

I'm so PROUD of how BRAVE you all were for the last challenge, and I want you to continue with that theme this week. Are you ready for PQ9.4?

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"Mellow Yellow"

Many of you have heard me talk about my husband Dan and his obsession with the color yellow. He drives a yellow car, a yellow bicycle, and two yellow motorcycles. I've never made a quilt that he didn't think would have been "improved" with a little more yellow.

But it turns out, this is a color that frightens many quilters. It's true, yellow sometimes can overpower a design. But it's also a happy color, and I'm hoping you focus on that this week. Show us your best "Mellow Yellow."

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THE RULES:


1. Your project should feature the color yellow.
2. Incomplete or unfinished does not qualify. Every challenge piece must be a FINISHED project seen through from INCEPTION to COMPLETION during the challenge timeline (February 18 to 25, 2018). Each piece must stand alone as DONE to count toward prizes.
3. Please remember that these projects need to be created during the week of the challenge (started on or after February 18, finished by February 25).
4. Your project does not need to be a traditional quilt, but must meet at least one of these requirements:

  • Include patchwork.
  • Include appliqué.
  • Have 3 layers stitched together by hand or machine.
5. Link up a blog post, instagram post, or public facebook post to the linky at the bottom of THIS PAGE by Sunday, February 25, 2018 at noon CDT. Alternately, you may email the picture and description to {lapaceksorchard at gmail dot com} with PROJECT QUILTING in the subject line by 11 am on Sunday, February 25. Yes - that deadline is one hour earlier because it requires more work for Kim.
When you create your PQ entry's blog post or instagram, please include:
  • a description of your creative process,
  • the overall size of your project (it's so hard to tell in a picture!)
  • where you are (ie, I create in Lodi WI)

If you decide to just directly upload your image to the link up party please email Kim this information so it can be shared with everyone else. And please, please remember – if you have ANY issues with linking up Kim is HAPPY to help!!!!  Don’t hesitate to email her!

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SOCIAL MEDIA LINKING:


Please use the hashtag #pqseason9 when posting on social networking sites to help spread the word about this fabulous quilting challenge! 

Share progress pictures on Facebook, Instagram, and your blog - seeing your process and how you get to the final project is part of the fun!

Make sure you like Project QUILTING on Facebook. We also have created a ‘Challenge Quilts’ Facebook Group for you to share your thoughts, questions, and friendship on PQ and other quilting challenges. Just ask to join.

And a bonus ask: take the time to seek out and thank all of our amazing sponsors! A little sugar goes a long way, and we couldn't do it without them. This week's sponsors include: our ultimate weekly sponsor – Wise Craft Handmade, Wednesday’s Creations Studio, Aurifil, Hunter’s Design Studio, Warm Crochet, Sew Sweetness, Kid Giddy, Needle & Foot Fine FabricsColor Girl Quilts, Hungry Hippie Sews, Marcia’s Crafty Sewing & Quilting, ByTrinaPeterson and Pointelle Design!


Good luck and YELLOW UP, folks!
- Trish

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Please be sure to post your FINAL project just below HERE. VERY IMPORTANT!

(Kim - I know you hate videos, but  ... https://youtu.be/yKNxeF4KMsY ) <- It’s true … I don’t like putting these on my post but I do really like Coldplay so be sure to head over and listen to this for a little inspiration!

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I want to remind everyone that these challenges are meant to be inspirational and FUN!  If you are feeling stressed just take a minute to look back at the “Words … “ post Trish did before Season 8.  It’s a classic and should be revisited every once in awhile. Every week that you enter a piece for the challenge you are entered into a hat to win one of the amazing prizes from our sponsors!  Be sure to check out THIS post for all the prizes up for grabs this weeks and to thank our awesome sponsors!  Our Ultimate Weekly Sponsor this week is Wise Craft Handmade.  Be sure to sign up for her newsletter!  There will also be a special prize for the ‘Public Vote’ winner of the week.   AND, if you finish the challenge in the time allotted your name will also be added into the final hat at the completion of the season for an opportunity to win the GRAND PRIZE!  Inspiration, quilting, fun AND Prizes!?  Can it get much better?

Prize List for Challenge 9.4 of Project QUILTING

Happy Saturday morning everyone!  I’m excited to share the prizes that are up for grabs for the fourth Project QUILTING Challenge.  Last night, Mercedi and I drew the winners from the Bold and Brave Challenge LIVE on facebook.

Everyone who enters a Project QUILTING Challenge per the guide lines of the challenge will have their name put in a hat.  My girls will randomly draw the winners once the challenge and voting closes (we often do this live on facebook!).  Now lets check out those prizes!

Prize 1:

From our Ultimate Weekly Sponsor – Wise Craft Handmade – a plethora of goodies!

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  1. A signed copy of Wise Craft Quilts book (which was recently named one of the top books for 2017 by Library Journal)
  2. A set of the English Paper Piecing templates needed complete the "Handstitched" project in it
  3. Ruby Ruler™ and a quilt pattern of their choice (download or printed) – BRAND NEW!

Be sure to sign up for the Wise Craft Handmade newsletter so you don’t miss anything! And you can read more about our fabulous Ultimate Weekly Sponsor HERE.

Prize 2:

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Trina Peterson has donated a $15 Gift Certificate to her online shop!  She offers adorable zipper pull charms and some great PDF patterns!

Prize 3

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Kerry Goulder of Kid Giddy is giving one lucky random winner a PDF Pattern for her quilt Queen Bee!

Prize 4

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The lovely Needle & Foot Fine Fabrics online store is giving a $15 gift certificate to one of the participants of the second Project QULITING Challenge!

Prize 5

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Sam Hunter of Hunter’s Design Studio is giving one lucky winner a PDF pattern of their choice!

Prize 6

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A pair of beautiful scissors from Warm Crochet.  You get to choose which color – Red Bronze, Silver, Gold or Bronze.  These are not only gorgeous but super sharp too!

Prize 7

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Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness is donating a $15 Gift Certificate to use at her online shop!  She’s got some amazing patterns, classes and other supplies!

Prize 8

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A copy of Color Girl Quilts pattern “Daisy”! 

Prize 9

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A PDF Pattern of your choice from Hungry Hippie Sews! Natalie has a bunch of great patterns but I’m slightly partial to the Essential Oils Case pdf pattern I made it using the “Yoga is for Everyone” fabric.

Prize 10

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A surprise set of Felted Acorns from Pointelle Design (not the ones pictured above).

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*This prize is only for a winner in the United States!

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Kate Pietschman of Wednesday’s Creations Studio is giving one lucky winner an adorable frog pincushion!

PRIZE 12

“Quilting Gift Certificate” for $50.00 off the Quilting on a Lap size quilt or larger. (Lap, Twin. Full, Queen, or King) from Marcia’s logo_crafty_sewing_150x150Crafty Sewing & Quilting.
The Gift Certificate will be good for 4 months starting one month after the challenge ends.  Excluding the Month of December for using the gift certificate.  The quilting gift certificate is transferable to another person, so you can share it with a friend, if you’d like.
Marcia will do an estimate based on the size of the winner's quilt top, quilting choices, thread choices, and batting and if they would like to purchase backing fabric from me. Winner can send backing fabric and batting with their quilt top, but I do have it available. This way the winner will have a good estimate of the value of your quilting prize.

PRIZE 13 – FOR EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPATES!

Marcia would also like to giveaway to a separate prize of one of her original patterns (value $8.00) to EVERYONE who participates in the second Project QUILTING challenge!  To claim this prize all you have to do is email Marcia (marcia@craftysewing.com) and let her know your name and the name of the project you submitted!  And voile – you’ll have a prize!

Stop back here tomorrow at Noon, CST to see what the theme for Project QUILTING challenge 9.4 is!

Wise Craft Handmade–Ultimate Weekly Sponsor

We are already half way through the the 9th season of Project QUILTING.  I can hardly believe how fast the season is going.  I will be announcing the 4th challenge of Project QUITLING on Sunday – yes tomorrow!

Each challenge week we have an ultimate weekly sponsor.  That particular sponsor is donating a prize that is valued at $50 or more!WiseCraftPatternbrandlogo_preview

Everyone who enters per the guide lines of the Project QUILTING 9.4 challenge (posted on Sunday, February 18th at Noon, CST) will have their name put in a hat.  My girls will randomly draw the winners once the challenge and voting closes.  The first name they draw will be the winner of the fabulous Ultimate Weekly Prize from Wise Craft Handmade! I’m really excited to introduce you to Blair Stocker of Wise Craft Handmade if you haven’t already heard of her.

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Blair has an amazing bundles of goodies for one lucky winner!  Let’s see …

  1. A signed copy of Wise Craft Quilts book (which was recently named one of the top books for 2017 by Library Journal)
  2. A set of the English Paper Piecing templates needed complete the "Handstitched" project in it
  3. Ruby Ruler™ and a quilt pattern of their choice (download or printed) – BRAND NEW!

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Wise Craft Handmade by Blair Stocker has an online class, Dream, Learn, Quilt! (Which begins a new session on 3/5/18).  She is offering you a coupon dlq75 for $75 off the enrollment price!

A new #wisecraftstitchalong is starting soon!  wool poseyFind out all the details HERE about on how you can stitch up this gorgeous Springtime Posey Wool Applique Banner … I know I’m going to join in!

I know now that you’ve seen all the amazing things Wise Craft Handmade has to offer you’re never going to want to miss the newest ideas, classes, stitch alongs so be sure to sign up for the newsletter!

Feel free to stop by Wise Craft Handmade on facebook and/or instagram to say thank you for her generosity and support!

Bold and Brave Prize winners

This evening, my oldest daughter Mercedi and I drew the winners LIVE on facebook.  You can watch the fun HERE.  If you haven’t had a chance to look at the amazing projects (114!) created for the Bold and Brave Project QUILTING Challenge – I can’t recommend it enough. The projects this challenge absolutely blew me away in their creativity, meaning, and color!

Below I have summarized each of the prize winners

Viewer’s Choice!

Be You quilt for project quilting 9.3 by Carla at Creatin' in the Sticks

Congratulations to Carla with her quilt “Be You”!  Carla will be getting a miscellaneous box of goodies from me!

PRIZE 1

From our Ultimate Weekly Sponsor - Therm O Web!

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Read more about Therm O Web on my blog HERE.  Congratulations For Quilts Sake!

PRIZE 2

Aurifil is one of our fabulous Project QUILTING Challenge!

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One lucky person will be receiving a mystery small spool collection of Aurifil Thread! That person is …. Little Penguin Quilts!

PRIZE 3

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Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness is donating a $15 Gift Certificate to use at her online shop to fatzaz!  She’s got some amazing patterns, classes and other supplies!

PRIZE 4

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Sam Hunter of Hunter’s Design Studio is giving one lucky winner a PDF pattern of their choice! Congratulations sandrad355!!!

PRIZE 5

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A pair of beautiful scissors from Warm Crochet goes to While Light!!!!.  You get to choose which color – Red Bronze, Silver, Gold or Bronze.  These are not only gorgeous but super sharp too!

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A copy of Color Girl Quilts pattern “Fly Over” will be heading to Sharon Gust!

PRIZE 7

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Kimberly Rolzhausen – you get to pick out a PDF Pattern of your choice from Hungry Hippie Sews! Natalie has a bunch of great patterns but I’m slightly partial to the Essential Oils Case pdf pattern I made it using the “Yoga is for Everyone” fabric.

PRIZE 8

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A pair of Liberty Fabric button earrings from Pointelle Design will be heading to Isabella’s Whimsy!

PRIZE 9

“Quilting Gift Certificate” for $50.00 off the Quilting on a Lap size quilt or larger. (Lap, Twin. Full, Queen, or King) from Marcia’s logo_crafty_sewing_150x150Crafty Sewing & Quilting.
The Gift Certificate will be good for 4 months starting one month after the challenge ends.  Excluding the Month of December for using the gift certificate.  The quilting gift certificate is transferable to another person, so you can share it with a friend, if you’d like.
Marcia will do an estimate based on the size of the winner's quilt top, quilting choices, thread choices, and batting and if they would like to purchase backing fabric from me. Winner can send backing fabric and batting with their quilt top, but I do have it available. This way the winner will have a good estimate of the value of your quilting prize.

Congratulations Cherese Currier!

PRIZE 10

Marcia would also like to giveaway to a separate winner a prize of one of her original patterns(value $8.00).  And the winner is … Dana Vankoughnett Burgess!

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*This prize is only for a winner in the United States!

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Kate Pietschman of Wednesday’s Creations Studio is giving one lucky winner an adorable frog pincushion! I’m having fun watching Kate’s instagram feed as she makes more frogs!  Cindy Thompson – you are the winner!

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*This prize is only for a winner in the United States!

2018 Quilters Planners Bundle

A Quilter’s Planner Bundle from Stephanie Palmer - which includes the planner, magazine and mini planner – is making its way to Donna A.

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If you want to see the live drawing of the prizes you can head over to Facebook HERE.

Bold and Brave Voting Time

Let the fun begin (and probably life, now that many of you have finished a quilt in a week)! TIME TO VOTE!  Choose your TEN Favorite Quilts below that were created for the Project PQ-square-@400QUILTING Bold and Brave Challenge (114!!! (111 qualify for voting)) and click on the heart to vote (upper right corner)!  You can click on the photo’s themselves to read the “story” behind the quilt – my favorite part!  (When you click on the photos a checkmark will appear in the upper left corner – this means nothing other than you’ve clicked on the link.)  When you stop by please take a minute to comment on your favorite thing about the quilt!  Let’s make Project QUILTING an inspiring, uplifting community that encourages and supports each other in positive ways!  Vote by clicking on the heart in the upper right corner of the image.


The quilt with the most votes will receive …

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A mystery box of fabric and other goodies from yours truly! I did a huge cleaning of my sewing room before this season was started and I found a plethora of goodies that I’ve been collecting for prizes and then putting somewhere safe for the last few years only to forget where I put them.  Well – I found them and one lucky winner will benefit from that at the end of this week!

Voting will close on Friday, February 16th at 8pm, CST.  Spread the word to your family and friends!  Everyone can vote – not just participants!

Everyone gets TEN votes so they can vote for you and then nine other quilts that they like best! 
The “Viewer’s Choice” winner & random prize winners will all be announced LIVE on Facebook on Friday, February 16th right around 8pm. If you haven’t checked out the prize post yet be sure to do so. This weeks sponsors include: Therm O Web, The Quilter’s Planner, Wednesday’s Creations Studio, Aurifil, Hunter’s Design Studio, Warm Crochet, Sew Sweetness, Color Girl Quilts, Hungry Hippie Sews, Marcia’s Crafty Sewing & Quilting, and Pointelle Design!

VOTE for TEN of your favorite quilts below by clicking on the heart in the upper right corner!

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There are a few of us who can’t qualify for prizes but still want to share with you what we created for the Project QUILTING challenge.  I’ve created a special link up for us!  Not only will we be linking up here but if you didn’t finish the challenge in time you’re welcome to link up below so folks can see your finished project – whenever that may be!

Didn't finish your quilt for the Triangulation challenge on time?  That's okay!  You can't win prizes but we still want to see what you did!  Please link up your finish project below - anytime!  This is going to be a never ending link up!

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Month 2: College Nights for the Dresden Neighborhood Sew Along

The 9th day of the month really snuck up on me.  My goal for next month is to work harder on my time management.  I still have to add roofs, doors and windows to finish up my February neighborhood and I’m confident I can do just that before the month is over.  My plan for today and the next 10 months is to share a new source of inspiration for making a Dresden Neighborhood Quilt Block (or mini quilt … whatever you prefer) and to keep the fun going in the #DresdenNeighborhoodSAL. This months inspiration is fairly similar to the first month – Hometown Memories – but I’m really enjoying making special architectural buildings to fit in the wedges!

Today’s inspiration is – College Nights.  I went to the University of Madison, Wisconsin for civil engineering and I had a really great time at school. Madison is a beautiful town with some great architecture and some great memories for me as well.  I designed four special Dresden Wedge Templates that are just four examples of the architecture you can find as you walk through Madison.  I chose some special fabrics for my house wedges:

  • a margarita glass, I may have had a few beverages in college
  • the donut fabric – not much better than a late night donut
  • the cards – many games of Euchre were played through the years of school
  • books … all the studying I had to do
  • the umbrellas for one of the favorite things someone said to me.  On rainy days there are two kinds of students at UW Madison – those with umbrella’s and those that get poked in the eyes by umbrellas.

Some of the wedges were fabrics from other projects I’m currently working on.  One of my favorite thing about scrappy quilts is remembering the projects originally made with those fabrics. 

*this post contains affiliate links to online shops at no additional cost to you. The small amount of affiliate income I earn allows me to bring you free patterns and DIY tutorials, as well as pay for domain fees. For more information, please visit my Disclosure Statement and Advertising Policies page.Madison WIsconsin Capitol Building Dresden Plate

There is a double wide Dresden Wedge that represents one wing of the Wisconsin State Capitol building.

Triangle Market

Here is the double wide Dresden Wedge that represents Triangle Market on State Street.

The Red GymI think the Red Gym is one of the most beautiful buildings I’ve ever seen … it had to be made into a double wide Dresden Wedge.

Camp Randall ArchwayAnd I couldn’t figure out how to make a wedge for Camp Randall Stadium so I went with the archway that you walk through to get to the stadium.

You can get your very own templates for these four special Madison Wisconsin Dresden Wedge Templates on my craftsy page HERE

Today I’ll show you some tips and tricks on how to fit these special wedges into your neighborhood.  I’m not going to show you the whole process step by step though … that’s what the pattern you purchased is for.  If you are confused with anything from your pattern though don’t hesitate to contact me with questions via email:  lapaceksorchard {at} gmail {dot} com… I’m happy to help!

Each special building wedge is equivalent to TWO standard Dresden wedges. For example: if you decide to use one building wedge you would only need 18 regular Dresden wedges for the houses. 

REMEMBER: 1 Double Wedge replaces 2 Regular Dresden Wedges

College Nights Dresden Neighborhood by Kim LapacekI used all four double Dresden wedges so I only made 12 standard Dresden wedge homes. My special buildings were all created using the Double Wide Dresden ruler as a template. I chose the mathematical fabric for the background on this block since I did A LOT of math as an engineering student (and I secretly loved it).  It just seemed to fit this months' theme.

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I used Wise Craft Handmade’s new “Ruby Ruler” to help me check my values and adjust my houses accordingly.  This is a newly released product and you must head over to Blair’s site to find out more about it.College Nights Dresden Neighborhood

Wisconsin State Capitol Building

This template is going to be a combination of a double wedge and some raw edge applique.  The base of the structure is a solid wedge.  Capitol Building Dresden NeighborhoodCut the wedge 3.75” from the smaller end of the wedge for the Capitol base.  I chose to trace the outline of the two “main” structures onto  Heat N Bond Lite.  Capitol Building Dresden NeighborhoodI fused these to the same fabric cut for the wedge.  I chose a gold structure of the statue on the top of the Capitol building. 

Capitol Building Dresden Neighborhood

In my ‘Hometown Memories” neighborhood I chose to hand stitch all the little details but this time around I thought I’d use my Bernina.  I blanket stitched all the edges down to secure the pieces and the free motion quilted the details with Aurifil 2605.  It’s not perfect but I’m totally ok with that!  You can definitely still get the idea that it is the Capitol building.

Triangle Market

Once again – we’ll combine the double wedge and raw edge applique to create this triangle building.

Cut the wedge 6.5” from the smaller end of the double wedge.

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Next mark a point 4.75” up from the bottom of the double wedge on both edges.  Fold the wedge in half to find the center of the wide top.  Connect the dot drawn and the center point to create a point in the wedge.Dresden Neighborhood SALTrace the remaining details onto Heat N Bond Lite.  I marked each shape with the color fabric I wanted so I wouldn’t forget what was traced.

Triangle MarketI traced each piece onto Heat N Bond Lite which means each bit needed to be stitched down and secured in place.  I used Aurifil 2605 to do just that and add in some of the other small details.

Triangle Market Dresden PlateI still have to add the words “Triangle Market” to this building but I’m not sure if I’m going to do that with hand stitching or simply markers … I’ll keep you posted.

The Red Gym

The Red Gym DresdenNeighborhoodSALCut a double wide wedge that is 4.25” from the skinny base to the top. 

The Red Gym DresdenNeighborhoodSALThe outline of the top of the red gym was traced onto Heat N Bond Lite.

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I traced the outlines of all the little details onto Heat N Bond Ultrahold because they are so small I don’t want to have to stitch them down to secure them.

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When cutting all of those small pieces from the fabric you’re going to want a SHARP little scissors.  I used Karen Kay Buckley 6-Inch Perfect Scissors and it helped me cut flawlessly!

The Red Gym DresdenNeighborhoodSALAs I added the details I fused them down right away with the iron.  I didn’t want to take the chance of anything moving.  I also found that using a long tweezers that I typically use for removing lint and stuck threads from my sewing machine worked really well as my fingers were too big and clumsy.  The Red Gym DresdenNeighborhoodSAL

Once everything was fused, I used Aurifil 2692 (black) to stitch the line details onto the Red Gym.  Yes – this was a putzy building to make but the end results are so cool!

Camp Randall Arch

This piece is pretty simple.  A normal wedge, a little bit of raw edge applique, and some thread work and you’ll be ready!

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Cut a double wide wedge that is 3.125” from the skinny base to the top.  Trace the roof details and arch onto Heat N Bond Lite.Camp Randall Arch DresdenNeighborhoodSAL

Fuse these details to create the arch.  Using Aurifil 4012, I free motion stitched the rest of the details onto the Camp Randall arch.  It still needs the words but again, I’m debating between using thread or marker to add these details.  What would you use?

DresdenNeighborhoodSALIt was time to step back and check out my second plate.  I think it looks great EXCEPT the Capitol Building and Camp Randall Arch blend into the background too much.  You can see that margarita fabric, donut fabric and light blue horse fabric also blend in a bit but I’m not worried about those.  Those house wedges still need roofs and that will help define them from the background.  But the specialty buildings are done … and you can’t see them.

Fabrico MarkersTime to pull out the markers!  Yup – I’m going to color my quilt.  I took a lecture from Pam Holland a few summers ago and she uses these Tushineko Fabrico markers in her quilts all the time.  DresdenNeighborhoodSALThey have two ends … one like a paint brush and one more like a marker.  It was just what I needed to add a little definition between the buildings and the “sky”. 

DresdenNeighborhoodSALI decided to do the outlines of at least the four special buildings.  I may add some more blue to the rest of the quilt once the roofs are added but I want to wait to see how it looks before I do it. 

And with that my second Dresden Neighborhood block for the #DresdenNeighborhoodSAL is revealed … not quite complete. I hope you found some inspiration in my post and give these dresdenSALspecial buildings a try.

Now it’s your turn!  Let’s see what you come up with for your first Dresden Neighborhood for the #DresdenNeighborhoodSAL!  Feel free to share photos in my facebook group “Quilt and Dream Along with Kim Lapacek”, post to instagram with the hashtag #DresdenNeighborhoodSAL and/or link up below!

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