The entire alphabet, plus numbers and even a little punctuation! Quilt as you go B-4 Spell Check lets you spell anything you want. Complete PDF instructions to make the Alphabet Quilt. Slide shows with step by step pictures on how to make a block and how to do our sashing method to put the blocks together. Makes a great baby quilt, name banners and signs.
5, 6, 7 and 8" block sizes.
5" blocks make an approximate 39" x 45" finish size.
6" blocks make an approximate 48" x 55" finish size.
7" blocks make an approximate 55" x 63" finish size.
8" blocks make an approixmate 62" x 71" finish size.
Formats Include: .art, .dst, .exp, .jef, .pes, .vip, .vp3
Unknown (Submitted on 5th Dec 2012)
I used darker colors and vivid hues. This was a gift and I was proud of the results.
Nancy from Indiana (Submitted on 2nd May 2012)
My granddaughter, who is 9, has made several of this pattern for her cousins. She make each new cousin, and she has several, a name quilt for there bedroom. It is a very easy pattern to follow. I have all of your patterns and love each and everyone of them.
Keep up the great work
Jean (Submitted on 23rd Apr 2012)
This was my first Hoopsister quilt and I became so intranced in doing this method that I have all the CD's and am now using Battilizer even though you can use stablizer and scraps of batting. The method is so easy and when you are done with the blocks and sew then together; you are done..Thanks
Unknown (Submitted on 23rd Apr 2012)
This was alot of fun to do and has many uses. I made the grandkids names for there rooms.
Gail (Submitted on 23rd Apr 2012)
This is so exciting - getting older means I get to make a special present for friends First Grand Babies with my two favorite hobbies, embroidery and sewing
Pat (Submitted on 23rd Apr 2012)
I made this quilt for my new great grandbaby,it was the perfect gift and had alot of fun making it.
Nancy Oland (Submitted on 23rd Apr 2012)
I have used this many times for baby gifts. New moms love to see their babies name on a banner for their new nursery!
Virginia Frazier (Submitted on 21st Apr 2012)
I loved doing the B-spell check because it was such a colorful quilt to make and it gave me the opportunity to add borders of my own and also do some quilting of my own in the hoop with a quilting design on the border.