Monday, August 31, 2009

Episode 13 Notes: Yo Yo (Yo?)

Our quilts for the Alzheimer's Art Quilt Initiative Priority Quilts

"Lucy's House" - see the Yo-Yo Sun?


Kelly's "Bubblegum" Priority quilt


Kelly demonstrating the Easy Circle Cut.
Kelly's blog:
Lucy's Daughter


My take on Red Pepper Quilt's scrappy rail fence:



Alexander Henry fabric that reminds me of Kandinsky piece:


My new stash of Kaffe Fasset Roman Glass fabric

Bought at: Capital Quilts in Gaithersburg, MD

My (Kelly's) yo yo coverlet


My Yo Yo Garland



Yo Yo Resources:

Sew Mama Sew pillow tutorial by Elizabeth Hartman (I want to do this one!)

Quilts & More Fall 2009 has an article on Yo-Yos, and pattern for pillow

Clover

How to Make Yo Yo projects
About.com
Sewing Needlework Suite 101

Books about Yo Yos

Yo Yo Fashions (2007)

Yo – Yos to go: Perfectly Portable (from 1995)


Project Ideas:

Indygo Junction

Project on BN: Yo Yo Flower and Beaded quilt

Flickr group: Yo Yo Ga Ga


Tip of the Week: Ironing Ideas

This is how we recovered Kelly's ironing board:



Tutorial for covering an ironing board from Feed Dog

Try an
Appliqué pressing sheet

6 comments:

Scientific Quilter said...

Jean

I was just at a quilting class and a lady there confessed that she didn't really like yo-yo quilts. I could see Yo-yo's being a nice applique for a lot of different quilts, even though I haven't made any myself. I thought it was an odd week for them to say that when I haven't even thought aobut yo-yos until today and today is "double yo-yo" day.

Thanks for all the tips about ironing. I still really enjoy your podcast and listening to you and reading your blog. Keep up the good work.

crowefan0517 said...

Haven't posted a comment in a while & just wanted to say I'm still here, listening and enjoying all your podcasts. While I also love listening to music when I sew, I'm always excited when one of my favorite "quilting podcasters" posts a new episode. Then I can listen to someone talk about my favorite activity while I'm doing it!!

Quilted Cupcake said...

Thanks so much for writing!

jaybird said...

i love that ruler... i use it all the time!

Caeli said...

FYI - I use a lint roller to clean my cutting mat - gets all the fuzz and stray threads off and the mat looks like new!

Jaye said...

Thought you might want to see this: www.flickr.com/photos/ohfransson/3855617995/