Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Double Fat Jack tutorial coming soon

You will need two fat quarters plus a few inches of neutral yardage to make this 29" X 22" Double Fat Jack quilt block. Make a mini quilt or make several and make a big quilt. Add 2" borders and QAYG. Coming this week.

31 comments:

  1. This looks like it might be fun- will I or won't I???

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  2. Very very excited! I've been hoping you might let us all join in. I'm going to sort out some nice red and blue base fabrics - if it wasnt so cold I'd be in my sewing room doing it now! Thank you soooooo much. I've tried to make one myself and wasted so much fabric, and ended up with a tiny block.

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  3. I love your version of the Union Jack! It reminds me of a Peter Maxx piece....great color Lynne! It is soooo energetic!

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  4. Mmmmm, I can see a couple of these as Chrissie pressies for my Mum & Sister. Yar, it will take me that long before I get to them!!

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  5. Looks like a fun block! I'll be tuning in to see how it's put together. I've completely fallen down on keeping up with your quilt-along, but it looks like you've got loads of lucky people participating. Where are you getting all this energy and time??

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  6. Lilly, I absolutely love you - you are the whipped cream on my strawberry cake, girl !

    thank you thank you for yet another tut on something very kewl

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  7. can't wait have been wanting to do for a while :-)

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  8. Land of hope 'n' glory and all that!!

    I've just ordered fabric for a 'big one', but will do this too, just because it's you!!

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  9. What is this? It looks nothing like a penis!
    jeez, nigel!

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  10. I adore this block and your colours are very striking and inspiring. Bring it on :-)

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  11. You must have read my mind! I've been wanting to learn how to make this! Waiting anxiously...:)

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  12. So cool! I sooo have been wanting to learn how to make a Jack Flag. Can't wait to see how it comes together!!

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  13. I Can. Not. Wait for this!! I am seriously going to bust something if I have to wait too long.

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  14. This is awesome!! I can't wait for a tutorial! :)

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  15. OoOoh so excited, thanks so much!

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  16. Yesss! This I want to do ... (for me) .... for my sister who has a birthday coming up in the summer.

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  17. wonderful quilt. very creative indded - i bet you had fun designing this. cheers ;-)

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  18. I`m making another large union flag quilt at the moment and the cutting out of the pieces gets me down as they are so long and it has to be accurate. This looks much more doable and I`m looking forward to the tutorial.

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  19. So cute! I have some awesome '60s "peace" fabric that will look so cool!

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  20. Yes please!!! I want to make a double fat Jack!

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  21. Yay!! I have seen these around blog world and have wanted to make one...Cannot wait!!

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  22. Oh i love this in those wild bright colors - love the retro vibe!! Well done!

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  23. yep, yep, I'm gonna for sure - thanks, Lynne :)

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  24. I love this, Lynne. I can't wait for your tutorial.

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  25. I love this. I'll be making one for my favorite anglophile. Thank you so much!

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  26. What a super funky colourful Union Jack

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  27. Awesome~as an ex pat, now living in Canada, I look forward to seeing the tutorial on this!
    thanks!

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