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November 15, 2021
Calliope Queen Quilt Kit in Tea Service Vol 2! from Busy Hands Quilts

Calliope has been kitted in the Queen size by Connecting Threads in their Tea Service Vol 2 fabric collection!  Oh my, such a sweet blue quilt!

The Calliope quilt pattern includes 5 sizes - Baby, Throw, Twin, Queen, and King, and includes a fair amount of strip piecing to help speed up the process.

The quilt kit is available right here.

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May 24, 2021
The Calliope Quilt Pattern is Now Available! from Busy Hands Quilts

After several years being licensed to Connecting Threads, Calliope is back and is now available at Busy Hands Quilts.

All the Sizes!

Calliope includes 5 sizes - Baby, Throw, Twin, Queen, and King.  My patterns include as many sizes as possible (it all depends on the math), giving you true value for your dollar. 

The Calliope quilt pattern includes unique setting triangles that finish the quilt all the way out to the border.  Don't worry, I've broken it down step by step for you, easy peasy!

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December 30, 2020
My Grand Finales for 2020 from The Snarky Quilter

In 2020 I started and finished (with the help of longarm quilter Joanna Marsh) my last ever large project, “Calliope.” I also finished a piece I began in 2011 at an intensive five day workshop with Rosalie Dace. It’s a … Continue reading

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March 17, 2020
Quilt from Calliope in this week's quilts from Koolkat Quilting

The Dr Seuss quilt made by Glenda from Mt Rascal is being quilted with the sticky buns e2e machine quilting pattern.  The blue queen size quilt made by Julie from Calliope is being quilted with the Irish swirls pattern, while the Aboriginal theme quilt made by Betty from Toowoomba is being quilted with sticky buns.

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January 24, 2020
Calliope Throw Quilt in Annie's Farm Stand! from Busy Hands Quilts

I'm finally getting around to showing you the rest of the quilts I made last year that I didn't blog about.  

I've introduced you to the pattern which Connecting Threads kitted in Maison Rouge fabric, but I haven't shown you the quilt I made to test the pattern.  This is Calliope!  

When I first sewed this quilt top, those bold polka dots said HELLO a bit too loudly to me, but now I think their boldness is lovely.

I went out on a limb in choosing the red thread for quilting (I usually choose a blender ...

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