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1876 W El Norte Pkwy
Escondido, CA, 92026
United States

(760) 747-4444

Annie's Quilting Den is a quilting store that offers a wide selection of modern, contemporary fabrics, individually selected to provide an exceptional pallet of textures and colors.  We provide a regular series of classes to help beginners get started and intermediate quilters build new skills.  We also offer specialty classes for more experienced artists; and many classes, just for fun.  If you run into problems with a quilt, just stop by and we will provided one-on-one mentoring that you need to move on and complete your quilt.  We can also show you tools and machine ideas that will save you time.


Demonstration - 2018 Row by Row

Want some help with weaving the background? Here it is!



The background of our block is created by weaving together two fabrics. Before cutting, you will need to add Soft Fuse to the back of both pieces of fabric. 

Gray Fabric:
Cut the gray fabric into 2” strips.
(Note: you will add perspective by increasing the overall width
 of the strips slightly as you go from top to bottom).

Pink Fabric:
Leave 1” at the top uncut. Start at the right hand corner and cut the pink fabric on an angle into 2”- 2½” slices.  (Note: you will add perspective by adding width to the strips as you go from top to bottom).


Annie's Quilting Den Block (a.k.a. row) for 2018. 
Copyright 2018 - Annie's Quilting Den, llc

Background Weaving:
Before starting, remove paper from the back of the pink fabric.  Then remove the paper backing from each gray strip as you go. Weave the first gray slice, over and under the pink pieces. Continue weaving until all gray slices are used.  Once the weaving is done, tighten up the weaving and then fuse the block onto parchment paper or an appliqué pressing sheet.

Sew the Background:

Sew the background edges using a zigzag or decorative stitch to join the pink and grey fabric.
Square it up to 18-1/2” x 18-1/2”.