Endless Possibilities with Euphoria Tapestry Quilts

 

C&T wrote a blog about my book today – if you click on the link you will see some photos of the projects in “Euphoria Tapestry Quilts”

Euphoria Tapestry Quilts is based on this beautiful quilt designed by Deborah Kemball, and you will be amazed at how many different projects you can make from it. This is the most versatile quilt pattern I’ve ever seen.  Look at the photo below and you will see how the main quilt can be divided into various-size blocks. These blocks can be used singly or in smaller groupings to make many other great projects; rectangular pillows, square pillows, window boxes, table runners, or quilts in a variety of sizes. Here’s a sampling of some of the beautiful projects. Mix and match as you choose. The possibilities are endless. Enjoy!

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5 thoughts on “Endless Possibilities with Euphoria Tapestry Quilts

  1. Lizzie says:

    What a breakthrough you have made! I have admired your quilts a long time, but not attempted one yet. I am working up to it I hope!

  2. Susie says:

    Hi Deborah! I am so excited to have your book and am ordering it today! I wondered if you explain in this book a good approach to making a circle with the stems? I have Beautiful Botanicals but it only explains curves. The circle is a different challenge. Any help? Thanks. ~Susie

    • Hi Susie
      I haven’t tried making a circle with my stem technique but I’m confident it can be done. This is how I would do it. Place your bias face down in a circle matching the outer edge of the bias to the circle drawn on the background fabric. To avoid raw edges showing fold down the beginning and overlap at the end by about 1/4″ just as you would when making a binding for a quilt. Make a small neat running stitch about 1/8″ in from the outer edge. Then simply finger crease about 1/8″ over on the inner edge and then stitch folded edge in place covering the raw edges of the bias on the outer edge. Because the bias has a stretch you should be able to stretch it over to the outer edge of the circle without too much difficulty. Press ruthlessly! Hope this helps.

      • Susie Russell says:

        Thank you so much for your guidance on making a circle. I will attempt it soon and send you a photo!!! I am SO happy your new book is coming out. I have mine on order and will be waiting at the mailbox!

        Thanks too for taking the time to respond to me. I know you must be busy with the book and all that goes with it! Very kind of you. ~Susie

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