Periodic Table of Quilting Elements

Periodic Table of Quilting Elements
According to Wikipedia, the periodic table of the chemical elements (also known as the periodic table or periodic table of the elements) is a tabular display of the 118 known chemical elements organized by selected properties of their atomic structures.

What has this got to do with quilting I hear you asking? Well, I came across a simply wonderful Periodic Table for Sewing Elements on The Scientific Seamstress Blog written by Carla Hegeman Crim. Here’s the link to her blog:
Click here for The Scientific Seamstress Blog written by Carla Hegeman Crim.

You need to scroll down a bit, past the wonderful photographs of her fabulous sewing room. These pictures are the epitome of the “organized mind – organized sewing room”. I am in awe of the tidiness of this room Carla.

Anyway, once you get to the periodic table of Sewing Elements, you can see that Carla has used the initials of the Chemical table, but has substituted sewing terms. It’s very clever.

Anyway, to cut a long story short, I contacted Carla and she has given me her permission to go one step further and develop my own Periodic Table of Quilting Elements.

I’ve had to save it in PDF, otherwise it would take a week to load. Here it is.
Click here for the Periodic Table of Quilting Elements by Judie Bellingham

Thankyou especially to Meredith of Calgary Canada for helping me get this wonderful table to you, in such good shape. Thanks Meredith.

While I was surfing, I also found some other interesting Periodic Tables for all manner of things. Here’s just a few:

Periodic Table of Cup Cakes from Womans Day.

Periodic Table of Desserts .from E B Long

Periodic Table of Goggle Results from Joey Devilla.

.Periodic Table of Poetry .from Every Poet

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