Quilts come in all shapes and sizes. As far as quilts are concerned, there is no “right” size. Some are square, some rectangular, some of mine have accidentally become rhombus in shape. When it comes to size, the only question you should care about is, “What do I want and what am I going to use this for?”
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Using denim as a longtime quilter was a new and, to be honest, scary thing for me to try. I was taught that to be a good little quilter, you must always use lightweight 100% cotton. That cotton also should probably be purchased from a bona fide quilting shop.
The pattern showcased here is called "Shoeman's Puzzle" and comes from Denyse Schmidt's book, Modern Quilts, Traditional Inspiration.
When my husband John and I first got married we lived in a small loft apartment in Wicker Park, Chicago. We were blissful newlyweds and pretty poor so our standards weren’t very high.
Quilting can be as simple or as complicated as you want it to be. If you are new to quilting, you don’t need a lot. A few tools will get you through that first initial quilt. However, if you decide to come over to the dark side, like yours truly, and become a crazed quilt-osaurus, the amount of gadgets, notions, tools and whatchamathingies is pretty endless.