Monday, June 11, 2012

EZ Dresden Challenge Tutorial and Giveaway!

The giveaway is now closed.
Welcome to my little corner of blogland!  My name is Barbie, and I'm really excited to share a tutorial with you today using Darlene Zimmerman's EZ Dresden Ruler.  In honor of Darlene's 20th anniversary designing rulers for EZ Quilting and Simplicity, the Salt Lake Modern Quilt Guild is hosting the EZ Dresden Challenge this summer.  There are three categories: traditional (min. side length 50"), innovative (min. side length 50"), and mini (max. side length 24").  Full contest details can be found here.  Each category will have big prizes too, thanks to these great sponsors.  Be sure to come back to http://slmqg.com/ September 1-6 to link up your projects and enter to win!


When I was asked to participate in this blog hop I was intrigued by the "innovative" category, and became determined to come up with something non-circular, but also not just sewing the wedges into a straight line.  I also love strip-piecing and the complex look that you can get when you use it, so I came up with what I call the "Dresden Wave."
Warning: get ready for picture overload.  I taught junior high FACS (home ec.) for six years and I'm used to giving lots of detail with every step.  Here goes.

Start with various sets of strips sewn together into 8" wide units.  I chose to use strips at least 2" wide on the edges because some of them will get trimmed off, but you don't have to do this.  I'm using Joel Dewberry's Heirloom line in the Sapphire colorway.  From each strip set you can get three blocks.  It was nice using the same line of fabric to sew my strips because they were all the same length!  It made it easy to match up the ends and avoid having a curved strip set by the time I was done.  I recommend pressing seams open for this particular method.  I've always been a "press to the dark" girl, but in this case, it really distributed the bulk well.

Next, using the ruler, trim off one edge and then cut a wedge. 

Next we will be cutting a parallelogram.  I cut mine 2 1/2 inches wide.  Line up the 2 1/2" line of your regular ruler with the cut edge of your fabric, and use the EZ Dresden Ruler to make sure you still have the correct angle.  Cheat a tiny bit if you have to, but you want the angle pretty accurate.

Then continue cutting.  You will need one dresden wedge pointing each direction (one up, one down), two parallelograms leaning one direction, and one parallelogram leaning the other direction.  The shape of your wave will be determined by which direction your extra parallelogram leans, so you can do some blocks of each kind.  I did.

The reason I decided to use parallelograms is illustrated in this picture.  If you put an "up" wedge next to a "down" wedge and sew them together, the strips would go straight across the seam and it would just be sewn into a parallelogram anyway.  Save a step!  Cut a parallelogram!

Here's the fun part.  Rearrange your pieces and you get a wavy pattern!  I just love this.  So fun. 

To get them in the right order, first push them into wedge/parallelogram pairs, with the extra parallelogram in the middle.

Move the extra parallelogram out of the way.

Move the parallelograms to the other side of the wedges they are paired with.  You should see some motion here.

Put your extra parallelogram on the end.

Push together.  Voila!

If you put your other parallelogram on the side and it isn't making a wave like this on the right,

try switching the order of the pairs.  It should fix it.  I had to stare at one of these for a couple of minutes before I got it to work!
Next turn the pairs right sides together and pin, matching up the seams.  If you've pressed your seams open, this is where you'll be glad you did.

I went a little overboard and pinned at each seam, but you don't have to.

When you sew these babies, it is best to sew from the fat side of the wedge toward the narrow side.  This helps maintain the grain and keep it from stretching out of shape.

Here's why, for anyone who might care.  If you look closely at the cut edge of the fabric you can see little bits poking out.  You want to sew in the direction that would smooth them out, not rough them up.  Think petting a cat--they don't like it if you do it backwards.  Now, if you do it the other way, the grainline police aren't going to come get you, this is just Dr. Burnham from my clothing construction classes in college coming through.

Once you've sewn these press your seams open again.
Continue sewing your pieces together until you have a completed wave, pressing seams open as you go.
Now to trim them into rectangles.  I found that if I lined up my ruler so it matched with a line on my mat as well as a seam going across one of the wedges I was able to get the largest block possible. 

Sorry this is a different block.  Oops.  Trim as little off the top and bottom as possible, making sure to use the lines on your mat as a guide.  Mine ended up 7 1/4" tall.

Next trim the sides.

Mine were 8 3/4" wide.

I decided I liked this layout the best with four blocks.

I added 1" wide strips to the outsides to give me a half inch white border on each block.  I used a white-on-white print.  Then, to make them into squares, I added 2" wide strips to just one side of each block.

Sewed together, then added 2" borders.

 I quilted it with an allover paisley pattern.

Here it is all done and bound!  


I love how this turned out!  I can't wait to hang it on the wall in my studio.  Even though I wouldn't change this quilt, if I was going to make another one, I would choose a less busy background to let the blocks stand out a little more.  I still love it anyway.

I hope you liked this stop of the blog hop!  I had a lot of fun designing and making this quilt.  I'd love to hear if you make something using this idea!  And now for the giveaway... Along with the EZ Dresden ruler, I'm giving away a fat quarter of Joel Dewberry's Blockprint Blossom in Amethyst from the Heirloom line, and a package of my fav quilting needles, Superior Threads Titanium Coated Topstitch Needles, size 90/14.  These will fit a domestic machine.  To enter just leave a comment giving me your best advice on how to get anything done when you have a lovable but needy one-year-old around.  If you don't have any good advice, that's okay.  Just leave a comment.  I'll announce a winner sometime Saturday morning, June 16th, Mountain time.

The giveaway is now closed.

Thanks for stopping by! 

Be sure to check out the other great bloggers who are participating.  Here are the links:
June 1  Salt Lake MQG: Kick Off www.slmqg.com/
June 2  Lee: freshlypieced.blogspot.com/
June 3  Kati www.fromthebluechair.com/
June 4  Victoria: bumblebeansinc.blogspot.com/ and Tanya: www.squaresandtriangles.com
June 5 Val: howaboutpinkplease.blogspot.com/ and Leigh: leedledeedlequilts.blogspot.com/
June 6  Amy: amyscreativeside.com/ and Elisa www.stitchoutsidetheditch.com/
June 7  Katie: www.swimbikequilt.com/ and Emily: emsscrapbag.blogspot.com/
June 8  Melissa: happyquiltingmelissa.blogspot.com/  and Brooke: pitterputterstitch.blogspot.com/
June 9  Nicole: mamalovequilts.blogspot.com/ and Amy sukie.mt-wudan.com/
June 10  Elizabeth: www.dontcallmebetsy.com/ and Colleen: www.thebusybean.com/
June 11  Faith: www.freshlemonsquilts.com/ and Deonn: quiltscapesquilting.blogspot.com/
June 12 Angela: angelaflicker.com/ and Barbie: thequiltingmill.blogspot.com
June 13  Amy: www.diaryofaquilter.com/
June 14  Jessica: sewcraftyjess.blogspot.com/
June 15  Salt Lake MQG: Wrap-up www.slmqg.com/

If you happen to be looking for Heirloom fabric, I found mine in this etsy shop.  She has a great selection of beautiful fabrics and was pleasant to work with!  You can also check out some great finishes from this week at {Sew} Modern Monday.

82 comments:

  1. Genius! Love the Dresden wave! I would love to find out how to occupy a love bug to get stuff done! I've got a 3 year old and a 3 month old who keep me pretty busy, so anything EZ is just what I'm looking for! :)

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  2. Thanks so much for this great tutorial!!! I'd love that ruler and I've been wanting to try those needles. Here's hoping that #2 is a lucky number this time. :)

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  3. I love this! I have been wanting to try a flag in my quilts and this is a perfect and easy way to do it. Thanks for showing us how to do it!!!!

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  4. Probably the most innovative use of the ruler yet!! When my daughter was only one, sewing was pretty much an evening thing. Good luck with that!

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  5. I love this idea! Thanks so much for sharing. I'm afraid I don't really have any advice -- when my son was little (so long ago!) I mostly got things done while he napped. I hope your little one is a good sleeper!

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  6. Very clever and thanks for the tutorial - I think as was said above it would make a great flag!
    advise - dont fight it - enjoy the little one while they are little! nap sewing is all you will get done usually unless you enlist the grandmother to help play with the baby!

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  7. Your idea of making a wave pattern and then trimming it off into a straight edge block is genius! Thanks for the extras in your giveaway.

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  8. Very clever! I really want to give this a try. Now...do you have one of those bouncy swings for your little one? I had one that would hang in a doorway and my daughter loved it. She could be close to me but not get into trouble. I learned to use that half hour of bounce time efficiently as possible.

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  9. This is so pretty! I find it easiest to have things ready to go before nap time and work in short bursts

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  10. I've been know to sew with a little one on my back! Not such a good idea I know, but I did what I did to get things done.
    I too want to make a wavy flag - thanks for all the photos and great words.

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  11. I love this little mini quilt. This blog hop is really bringing out the creative side of people.

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  12. Wonderful tutorial...thanks. One year old, huh? Hmmmm i can't remember that far back to my own children!
    boppiesgirl@gmail.com

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  13. I love the wave you created with the dresden...thanks for the giveaway....

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  14. You use of the ruler is awe inspiring! I use to keep my 1-year old in a playpen with some toys, but he was a pretty docile fellow and could entertained himself.

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  15. I had twins. Those Johnny Jump-Ups were wonderful. A kiddo in each doorway, positioned so that they could see one another. Thay cackled and screeched for an hour at a time and then fell fast asleep after a snuggle snack. Two hours with only the interruption of eating.

    I am especially intreagued with the needles! Thanks for your wave, the idea of a better needle, and maybe a ruler one of these posts.

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  16. I love the curved dresden - and the instructions were really clear! (and you used my favourite fabric line too!)
    It's been a long time since I had a 1 year old but I used to sew late at night when the children were asleep!

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  17. Who'd a thunk it? Very impressive WAVE :) I don't have a one year old, but I get very distracted anyway. I try to stay focused on one thing at a time and divide my project into steps or time slots. Rewarding myself after about an hour with a break (to blog or whatever). The only intervenor I have is the dog and the cat. Usually the cat wants to tackle any thing that hangs off the table or the ironing board :)

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  18. That's a tough question. Live for naps and stay up late is what I always did. Loved your innovative use of the ruler and found your instructions on making a square and figuring out the way to mount those squares very helpful. Thanks.

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  19. Wow, Barbie, what a terrific project and thorough tutorial - I can't wait to try this - very innovative! Love Dr. Burnham's tidbit (she was my all-time favorite teacher - Ricks College, 1979-80) Great fabrics and quilting, well done!

    Sewing with a toddler? After bedtime, 8 pm to midnight was always my best time with my little crew. My son was 2 when the triplets were born. Once, when the girls were two, I tried sewing with them in the same room. Here's my advice: remember to look up every once in a while. Crayons are very quiet. I turned around to find tri-color crayon on every single wall... artists in the making. By the way, WD-40 melts crayon off the wall, in case you ever need to know this little tidbit. Then just use soapy dishwater to rinse off the WD-40. Sewing saved my sanity. But it's probably not quiet enough to do your longarm quilting at night and not wake the baby... hmmm. It's a balancing act. Best of luck!

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  20. What a great way to get a curved effect! I love it. As for the one year old....I'll love kiddos, but couldn't have any myself....I'll babysit. The commute might be a problem though.

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  21. You are a talented lady. Love the waves. A one year old? Don't try to accomplish alot just enjoy the baby. They really do grow up too fast. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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  22. Love the wavy lines! Great tutorial!

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  23. While I don't have childern my friends that do say that when the child naps either work like crazy or take a nap too. Great tutorial!

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  24. While I don't have childern my friends that do say that when the child naps either work like crazy or take a nap too. Great tutorial!

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  25. Having a one year old, it can be frustrating as far as getting things done. It will help if you accept that this is a time when getting things accomplished might not happen as easily as during other times of your life. Naps are a lifesaver. Let the little one help, even if the help slows you down. The child will not accomplish much if anything, but they are learning and it will pay off later on. Good luck!

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  26. Hi! I am a mommie to two daughters that Re way older then one! 22 & 20 years old... Let me jog my brain... OK it is hard to not give our babies constant loving, my two never liked the play pen, and I did not like it either.. Tossed it out! I did have a swing that they loved, I also let them play with things that were a copy of what I was doing... Cooking, they got plastic stuff from the kitchen, art work, the usual stuff and sewing.... Lots of fabric with a nice fun box to let them take out the fabric and put it back. They were right next to me so they can see me and it took time but we made it work! good luck and remember.. Do what feels right for the two of you!

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  27. Naptime!!! LOL I seem to be my most productive when my little one is down and I know I have a finite amount of time...thanks!

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  28. I honestly can't help much with a 1 year old now. I raised 3 boys on my own so my machine was put away until they were grown. Good luck though. Any other things I did manage to do was usually after they went to bed at night. That's probably why I usually to this day even decide to do baking or cleaning late at night. LOL I never really thought about that til just now but I bet that's the reason.

    Anyway, I absolutely LOVE what you've created with the Dresden ruler. It's awesome that you created such movement like this.

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  29. Thanks so much for a great tutorial. I love details -- helps me to understand! Oooh I hope I can win this ruler! Thanks for the chance!

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  30. This is so different from anything I've seen with the dresden ruler. It's great! Thanks for sharing.

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  31. I love the wave effect that you created with the Dresden Plate ruler! Like many others who commented, this technique would make a great flag. Another idea would be to make ocean waves. Thanks for taking part in this fun blog hop. tkmattson@hotmail.com

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  32. I am loving all the creative ways to use the ruler ! Your wave idea is great! I haven't strip pieced anything yet but you've inspired me to try.

    As for a needy one year old...hmmm... I had a little play area set up in my craft room on the floor. I'd try to let her play with things that I had in my room that were fun for her and not something she could choke on, like empty spools,etc. Also, rotate toys so whatever you have in that area is new and interesting. Pull the high chair to your sewing area and use eating time to get a few things done? It may be hard to believe right now but this age will go by quickly and the neediness will lessen. Then you'll probably miss it ! (Eh...maybe)

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  33. You made a very nice tutorial. Waves are perfect.

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  34. what a unique way to use a dresden! How I got most things done with my son was to use a baby wrap. He would be wrapped up on my chest content and snuggly while I did the dishes, vacuum or cooked. Nap time is when I get my sewing time in...even a year later!

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  35. Well, I am way past the one year old stage, but I found you do need to wear them out at the park or walking. You've probably thought of videos. Expand your choices by going to the library.

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  36. No kids of my own but will share what my nieces and nephew do (they each have girls between 10 months and 14 months old). Grandpas who take them on little fun trips - a safe, fun, Hoodini (sp?) proof play pen - and I put them on the floor where I'm sewing, give them some fabric and a chew toy for playing, plus keep the door shut so they cannot get away from me. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  37. Love your dresden wave. What a neat idea! I always sewed while
    the little ones were napping or
    to bed. Thanks for a chance to win
    the great prizes.

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  38. A great idea those waves and you really made a modernlooking quilt with a traditional block. And the tutorial is very clear!
    Greetings from the Nerherlands,
    Marina Fluit
    m.fluit@planet.nl

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  39. That is such a cool technique!

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  40. Very interesting technique, thank you for sharing.

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  41. That is so neat, and it looks easy enough for me to do it too! Thanks for the awesome giveaway.

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  42. love the dresden waves! my year-old babies are in and approaching their fifties now, but i remember getting them all down for a nap at the same time, most of the time. if they were to big to nap, they had a 'quiet time' while the younger one [ones] slept. then i got up an hour earlier than the family so i had time for a leisurely bath and whatever. i got them all up early, too, so they would nap.

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  43. Fantastic tutorial, I love your blocks. Sorry I have no advice as my kids are now 34 and 36. LOL guess my memory is going! Oh seems to me that i had craft boxes for the kids that I brought out when I needed time. Had everything from puzzles to crayons, markers, felt etc for them to create to their hearts content. wheew, glad my memory isnt totally gone ;)

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  44. I don't have children but when your son gets to school age I can help because I teach primary children. The only thing I can think of is a play date at someone's house or a visit to Grandma's house. Okay I guess if you can stay awake, the evenings seem the only choice. Sorry :(
    Barb@Witsend

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  45. I loved that tutorial, I never realised there were so many ways to use the Dresden ruler.
    I used to get all my cutting out done during the day sleep and start sewing, then I would sew in the evening when he went to bed.
    I didn't do much when he was awake at all for several years, just enjoyed being a mum.

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  46. I love your ingenuity with the Dresden Ruler. It makes a completely new look, I can't wait to try this :-).

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  47. Wow-great idea and tutorial-one of my favorites so far-make the most of nap time!

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  48. Wow-great idea and tutorial-one of my favorites so far-make the most of nap time!

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  49. Very pretty and such an unusual block design using the Dresdens.

    The only time I got anything done with little ones was during naptime and getting up at 5 a.m. before they did. Sorry. They do eventually grow up. ;)

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  50. Hags. I have a 3 year old And a 4week old... I wish I had some advice to give! I need it too... loved your post. Best of luck!

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  51. Your dresden is wonderful & so clever! Thanks for the great tutorial. I don't have much advice for sewing with a needy one year old as I wasn't sewing when my daughter was much younger but I did do lots whenever she napped or when she was in bed at night. Good luck with keeping her occupied while you sew.

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  52. Wow, what a fun design idea! I would NEVER have thought of doing this. I like the wavy look.

    I've wanted to get a dresden ruler and try my hand at making something but the more traditional designs have not really grabbed at me. I do like the more modern design ideas.

    When I had a busy one year old, I had a box with tupperware, wooden spoons, small cook pans and let her make noise. She loved it. It was sometimes hard on the ears, but it kept her very busy! Also the duplo blocks were great for this age. If she was tired, I would put her in a swing and wind it up and she would often fall asleep in the swing.

    good luck!

    Michelle

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  53. OK, so I thought I had an idea of where you where going when you started slicing up the strips. Then I saw the wave you created and FREAKED OUT! That is so stunning, excellent use of fabrics and the layout is great. Thanks for the tutorial and giveaway.
    ok, needy 1 year old. Have you considered using a baby carrier of some sort? I would look into an Ergo as a starting point. It is a soft structured carrier that can be worn on the front or the back. Back wearing is great cuz baby is near you, but you've got room to sew, cook, clean, take a walk.
    A search on google or even youtube will get you an idea about these carriers.

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  54. Oh boy...a needy 1 year old. It's been 23 years since I had one of those. I used to give him big empty spools of thread and lots of bright fat quarters to play with - which worked for about 15 minutes. The baby carrier idea might work for awhile, too, but 1 yr olds want to move around.I don't think I got to quilt for more than 30 minutes at a time until my son was 3. Good luck!

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  55. Oh boy...a needy 1 year old. It's been 23 years since I had one of those. I used to give him big empty spools of thread and lots of bright fat quarters to play with - which worked for about 15 minutes. The baby carrier idea might work for awhile, too, but 1 yr olds want to move around.I don't think I got to quilt for more than 30 minutes at a time until my son was 3. Good luck!

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  56. Enjoy your little ones. There are no do overs for them while there will be lots of time later for quilt projects. Anyway, absolutely blown away with the wave idea. going in my to do list

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  57. What fun! And I agree: next time, choose sashing less bold for some eye rest and to let the wave pop up. Thanks for a giveaway chance!
    Totally love your comments about teaching jr high kids, and loving Mrs. Burnham. I graduated from BYU in Home Ec Ed too....so I can relate to your methods! Lots of pictures are awesome.
    Toddlers: Give them a scrap of the fabric you're working with, or sit them at the table next to you while you're designing, cutting patches, making templates, or whatever, and let them scribble with crayons and paper: "color with mom". I keep a sewing box with tools just for "handwork" like that with a folding table in my living areas where they play, and keep the tools in the box between cuts, etc, to keep sharp stuff and "mommy's pencils" out of their reach.

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  58. WoW! Amazing! Love what did. So much can be done with this ruler. Your tutorial is awesome. I'm a visual learner so love the pictures when explaining a step.
    Keeping a 1 yr. old busy. Lots of great suggestions already. You might also try a walker. Maybe some special toys or treats she/ he only gets when you are sewing. Time really does fly by too fast. Enjoy this time now when your child wants you. There may come a time in their teens when they don't want to cuddle and hang out. hehe.

    Thank you for your giveaway and a chance to win. So generous with all the extras, You Rock!

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  59. Well there are already lots of great advices from experience people ... at the age of 1 year old, they need our attention(especially the mother). Basically what we can do is to make them feel that they are part of what we are doing at all time. By this way they will not fell neglected...
    Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  60. What a great block I really love the wave look. My best advise to you with the 1 year old is create an area where you are working just for them, let them work on something similar to what mommy is doing. I always gave the bottom drawer in my kitchen to the kids and filled it with plastic measuring cups and spoons that sort of thing. Also work when they nap :O)
    good luck!

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  61. Love your tutorial! The design is quite clever and looks great in JD's Heirloom. Yum!

    I can't think of anything helpful regarding one-year olds... I'm afraid it's been too many years now since mine were that age. ;o) Sorry.

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  62. I have a 2.5yo and a 14mo... I sew during naptimes and bedtimes or afternoon-snack-in-front-of-TV if I'm really lucky!

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  63. My one year old is almost 2 & nap times are my sewing times!!

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  64. Oh wow! This blog hop is really showing me some new things to do with Dresdens. Amazing!

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  65. Love your waves! Thanks for the giveaway! Enjoy your little one - they grow up much too quickly!

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  66. You girls are so darn smart. It amazes me how you come up with things. thanks for the tute and the giveaway.

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  67. Keeping a one year old busy...hmm been there, done that 3 times. Have you tried crayons for coloring? I always found if you give them something they are interested in will keep them at bay for a small amount of time. As for the ruler & your quilt, I LOVE your quilt! I must have this ruler. I have ideas on what you did & think it would make a great sashing. I love the colors too just the way it is.

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  68. Great idea!! Your tutorial is nicely detailed - thanks!! I'd also like to try something like this it has great movement and not too difficult to make!

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  69. Great tutorial. I never think this can be so creative way to use the ruler. Thanks for sharing.

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  70. I was lucky to have a 2-naps-a-day son. He's 4 now. Looking back, if didn't involved sharp edges, or chemicals, I'd use the Bjorn carrier and take him with me.

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  71. It's been a long time since I've had a one year old but when my third was little I "worked" at home- much more romantic than it actually was. Back then I would put her in the exersaucer beside me and she was content for quite a while. What a generous gift package and a great tutorial.

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  72. I really like the Dresden Wave idea--that was a way too cute block.

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  73. I really want this ruler! My advice is to make them feel like they are "helping". Give them some fabric to fold to "help". Thanks for the chance to win!! Love your tutorial

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  74. Thanks for the chances..
    When my daughter was at one I hardly had any sewing project, but once a while, I put her in the babycot and she right behind me.

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  75. Love the prints and colors! As far as the 1year old... enlist Grammy's. Doesn't have to be related, but there are lots of us out there willing to love on the litte ones!

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  76. Wow, how cool is that?! Great lesson too! I see some waves in my future.

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  77. I don't have any kids, so I don't know how to get anything done with one around. But I'd love to win anyway! I love your waves. Thanks for the giveaway. I can't wait to start on my own Dresdens soon!

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  78. thank you for participating in the challenge and for the tutorial. A different way to look at the Dresden!

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  79. Very Cool... thanks for the tutorial, I love the wavy pattern it makes, very original

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