somewhere giving someone a herring is an acceptable way of saying thanks

at an angle

And that place would be here. As a way of saying thanks to all of you for your well-wishes on D's birthday and for just dropping by and reading my stuff, I'd like to give you this tutorial for making a herringbone type of quilt. This was from one of my classes at gather here last year, and the finished quilt itself was one of the many prizes in their fundraising raffle for the Red Cross. 

I hope you make one, and if you do, please let me know. I'd love to see it! Happy sewing, folks!

Edited to add: I forgot that the best way to attach PDFs on here is through Scribd. Derf! That should read much better now. And apologies for the multiple posts as I edit this. It's all fixed and ready now.


Laurie said...

awesome! I can't wait to try this!

Elisabeth Woo said...

This is so fantastic! Thank you for sharing. :)

Nicole Trager said...

Please share your bunting quilt pattern like this! Thanks so much for the herring!