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Pies and Tarts

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Fussy-printed Pies and Tarts wedges.

And a finished top !

Jeannette from Oz has been busy (again!) and made this beauty for all of us to make a fuss about.
Click on the small pictures on the left to get a larger one. They are worth it.

Jeannette writes :
I’m sending pictures of my Pie and Tarts quilt. It’s all hand pieced except for the border, I sewed that on by machine.
The half Tarts around the edge ar all pieced in the same fabric as the border to give a scalloped look. I’m also showing a few fussy-cut blocks and a closeup of the border.
The quilt measures 82 x 96″.
… now all I have to do is quilt the thing LOL.


Wishing you luck on the quilting, Jeannette, while the rest of us are quietly drooling over your top.

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17 thoughts on “Pies and Tarts

  1. Love it! Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. Beautiful, the colours are lovely and what fabulous fussy cutting.

  3. Gorgeous, fun quilt!!! I know you had a great time doing the fussy cutting! šŸ™‚

  4. Jeanette, that is one absolutely stunning quilt, well done

  5. This is stunning. What beautiful work! I'm thrilled to see what can be done with this pattern. Congratulations. šŸ™‚ *karendianne.

  6. What a beautiful quilt šŸ™‚ Congrats.

  7. Gorgeous quilt — what a stunner. Thank you for sharing it with us. The fussy cutting is wonderful.

  8. Absolutely stunning! Love the fussy cut pieces. šŸ™‚ Thank you for sharing with us.

  9. Oh my gosh!!!!! I am DROOOOOOLING!!!!!!! I am in the process of putting this quilt together. I made a mistake and sewed all the pie and tart shapes and am having a real difficult time putting them into the surrounding frame. Am now in the process of frogging them so I can put them together row by row. If you have any tips for me…I would be forever grateful. Your quilt is lucious!!!!! Thanks for sharing…….Sandi

  10. Your quilts are so fantastic! It's so nice to find other quilters all around the world! http://www.quiltworld2.blogspot.comYours, Ulla (from Finland)

  11. High Sandi.I found the easiest way to put the blocks together was to work with 4 at a time.I made all my pies and tarts first.Then I put the background on each pie.Next I sewed 4 pies together and put 1 tart in the middle.I did that until There was none left.A tip is leave 1 seam open and sew in the tart and then sew the last seam together.I then sewed 2 big blocks together and added another tart.If you do it that way there is inly 2 seams to sew each time.I also divide my quilts into 4 and work on a quarter of a qiult at one time and then join the 4 pieces together.I hope this helps. Jeannette

  12. Thank you so very much Jeanette. I will take your advice. Love love love your quilt….Sandi

  13. Yep, drooling here as well…I just wish I could stop being distracted by all the other stuff in my life! LOL Love seeing what the others are doing

  14. This is simply AMAZING!!! Puts anything I do to complete shame šŸ™‚

  15. Oh so inspiring. Love all of them.

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