FQS Top 10 videos of 2015

Todays Video is Delectable Mountain Quilt Pattern!
18" x 18" Delectable Quilt Block Pillow
Fabrics: Corsage, Alison Glass, Andover Fabrics and Steel Kona, Robert Kaufman Fabrics. Thread: Aurifil 1158 Medium Grey


You can be the best piecer but learning to quilt can be very difficult. That is why I love straight line quilting with Aurifil 50wt. thread at a 5.0 stitch width. It is very forgiving! Aurifil 1158 Meduim Grey matches Kona Steel perfectly.

Please stop by the Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber and visit the other blogger's for the Delectable Mountains Quilt

Shruti of 13 Woodhouse Road

Anorina of Samelia's Mum

Karin of Leigh Laurel Studios

Erin of Why Not Sew

Megan of Quilt Story

Lisa of In the Boon Docks

Angie of GnomeAngel

Kiera of Simply Vanella

Watch the Fat Quarter Shop Delectable Mountains Quilt Pattern video http://youtu.be/wpm3QLBUTr8

Would you like a chance to win a $100 Fat Quarter Shop Gift Card?

Make a Delectable Mountains Quilt! Tag the Fat Quarter Shop using #delectablemountainsquilt and #FQSTop10 and get an entry for the gift card! The contest ends February 1st.

Triangles on a roll

This pattern was the first time I used Triangles on a roll, available at the Fat Quarter Shop. Easy to use inexpensive product!

Each 2 1/2" rectangle makes (4) half square triangles! I ordered the 2" finished size to use with this pattern. The 2" is the finished size (size once sew it into the block)! I hope that explains it.

You can make 800 HSTs with one roll! I love them for making 4 or more perfect hsts. I say that because using the sheet make them perfectly cut for use. It goes really fast and as you can see I made a few extras trying out Triangles On a Roll. They are worth the small cost for perfection.

Thank you for stopping by and please take the time to visit the other blogger's for today! I will be back next week with another Top Ten Video! Lisa





  1. I love the fabrics you worked with and the straight line quilting. Very pretty pillow! Triangle paper is the way to go! Julie@thecraftyquilter.com

  2. I always love looking at your quilting. I really want to make a quilt so I really need to enter the contest. ha The bad thing is, I don't know what to "tag" to enter. :-/


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