DRUNKEN QUILTING METHOD

 

We will need a few things.

Some pins to hold the quilt together while we sew and material that is ready to be quilted together.

We will also need some scissors and the basic tools that we would need in the last steps of a quilt.

Drunken Quilting seems to live up to its name and it is just that easy and fast. All we need is a basic sewing machine, nothing fancy.

And Donna says it herself, the point is that it is abstract and not perfect. I like that it is kind of quirky and different!

If you have a project that you are just trying to get through, this is the perfect method for you!

 

 

 


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23 Responses to “DRUNKEN QUILTING METHOD”

  1. Peggy Sickler Cannady

    Aug 08. 2017

    Where is at?

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  2. Anita Wilson

    Aug 08. 2017

    Too bad it won’t play!

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  3. Heather Wright

    Aug 08. 2017

    Scroll down to the green “next page”, then scroll down to the video

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  4. Sharon Dean Huddle

    Aug 08. 2017

    GREAT VIDEO❤️

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  5. Bridget McGuinness

    Aug 09. 2017

    Love your tutorials Donna wish you were closer to me I live in Ireland

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  6. Cheryl Hawkins

    Aug 09. 2017

    Way easy and I bet it can be done on a larger quilt too if your careful and have a big enough table

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  7. Tracy Jo Keegan

    Aug 09. 2017

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  8. Patricia Anne

    Sep 13. 2017

    Fabulous idea!!!!!

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  9. Sherry Chanson Raser

    Sep 13. 2017

    Debra Berger Joanne Monticello Marrazzo

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  10. Sandy Gray

    Sep 13. 2017

    Great idea! I saved this Post!

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  11. Beth Rood

    Oct 30. 2017

    I love this store!!!!

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  12. Sandra Buxton

    Oct 30. 2017

    Love the demo.

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  13. Debbie Bausch

    Oct 30. 2017

    Love this tutorial.

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  14. Linda Gorecki Locher

    Oct 30. 2017

    I didn’t watch this video yet, but did just receive an order of fabric from them. Good prices, and I’m very pleased with their service. 🙂

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  15. Donna Bellomy Minton

    Oct 31. 2017

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  16. Mary Klemick

    Oct 31. 2017

    Great video !!

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  17. Cathy Pyefinch

    Nov 01. 2017

    Thank you so much for this very clear tutorial, as a brand new quilter in training this is very helpful.

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  18. Debra Hall

    Nov 09. 2017

    I tried this method on some potholders in order to test. Love it!

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  19. Claudia Foxworth

    Dec 06. 2017

    Thanks for sharing

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  20. Rosemary Beaute

    Dec 06. 2017

    Can you repost the Frog tutorial? Thank you

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  21. Jeri Bray Paradise

    Jan 18. 2018

    Are you carrying the Lecien linen blend fabrics? I think they are Japanese home dec.

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  22. Kay Wilton

    Jan 18. 2018

    Martha J. Nelson and Deb Reeds Carlson

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  23. Joan Keeley

    Mar 11. 2018

    Carole Kilcup- check this out. Great Video

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