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baby square roots on Bowditch Blue fabric by weavingmajor on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches

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12.00in x 8.00in, 300 pixels/inch,
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Horizontal: 1
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On Basic Cotton Ultra per yard $ In stock

By kelly (weavingmajor)

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Math geeks need their vegetables too. Square carrots, parsnips, radishes, beets, and horseradish on a Bowditch blue background.

Available at a larger scale (300 dpi, perfect for hot pads or tote bags) on white, blue, avocado, dusky violet, and brown.

Also available at this scale (450 dpi, perfect for ties or quilt squares) on white, blue, avocado, dusky violet and brown.

Full-size (150 dpi) fabric available in white only. Perfect for aprons and tablecloths!

Squares coordinates available here.

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weavingmajor says: thanks Anino and Su!

Posted over 4 years ago.


anino says: Lovely design.

Posted over 4 years ago.


su_g says: Excellent advice there on making the tie - I have looked at tie patterns and found the complexity just too much - and I DO sew, so you have done REALLY well - it looks totally professional.

Posted over 5 years ago.


weavingmajor says: thanks Rhonda and Pamela! I made it from the cotton sateen, at the recommendation of an excellent seamstress - she says the silk and silk-cotton are both a bit thin for the ties. It was hard to make but I think only because I was SO nervous about goofing it up - I don't consider myself a seamstress - I had to keep washing my hands so I wouldn't sweat on the tie!! I think the <a href="">next</a> tie will go much more smoothly. <p>I did cheat the pattern by ironing creases for the edges of the tie rather than slip-stitching the fold lines (my sewing guru said that was ok for cotton sateen) and that made the tie much more manageable and less fearful! Next tie I'm going to use old flannel from bedsheets for the interfacing, rather than buying the commercial stuff - my guru says it has more give so the tie can stretch and bend a little more nicely.

Posted over 5 years ago.


glimmericks says: I love it! Was it difficult to make? What fabric?

Posted over 5 years ago.


rhondadesigns says: The tie looks fabulous, Kelly! A perfect gift for someone with a sense of humour and an interest in mathematics! Which fabric did you have the design printed on?

Posted over 5 years ago.


weavingmajor says: Square Roots tie - a Christmas present made with baby roots on Bowditch Blue.

weavingmajor uploaded a project image link for weavingmajor's design baby square roots on Bowditch Blue :


Posted over 5 years ago.