A Big Shot Quilt Idea.

Wow-time has been flying by so quickly lately. I was so busy doing other things, including two craft fairs, I forgot to post!

So-Here is my version of the Big Shot quilt pattern that many S.U. Demonstrators are showing. My Sample-My original idea BUT-sewn by my friend and "Adopted" Aunt Bonnie Cornue. She is an award winning quilt maker and Handy with the sewing machine. Me-I am awesome with ADHESIVE not needle and thread! So I gave her the items and this is what we came up with. I think it looks Great and I would love your comments-good, bad, or indifferent!

The first one is a simple idea for all of you that do not want to sew (like Me). Just add Wonder Under or similar like heat and Bond, a thicker version if you do not want to sew at all. Just attach to fabric-run it through the Big Shot and heat set to whatever material. I used the Big Shot dies-Stampin' Up! Flower Folds #115970 $42.95, Circle Die #2 #114526 $15.95, and Leaves #2 $113460 $15.95.


The second is a 12 X 12 Pillow Sample. So Cool.


Here is the backside.

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  1. Tami Black says:

    I love this — I personally think it is better looking than the sample SU gave away — the colors are prettier together, love the pattern in the fabric and it truly looks professionally put together!  It's beautiful.  Enough to make me want to try this, but I don't sew either!

  2. Jane Giggy says:

    Your Big Shot quilt idea is wonderful! Very creative. So pretty too!

  3. Gail G. says:

    Wish I had an Aunt Bonnie.  The quilting is beautiful.  This activity is not for me, but I can appreciate it.

  4. Your idea makes me want to get back into quilting.  Thanks for sharing.

  5. Wendie says:

    I love this project and how you have use the flower dies.

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