Last night at the quilt guild meeting our guest speaker, Tim Latimer, was talking about one of the quilt tops he rescued.
It used to be an obscure hard-to-find ingredient, but recently the Internet has exploded with websites selling weight loss products based on an extract of the fruit and it even got some decidedly hucksterish treatment from Dr. Oz, a TV personality made famous by Oprah Winfrey. The fruit is known in India as gambooge. It is apparently also an ingredient in some weight loss products as hydroxycitric acid. Oz promoted it and continues to assert that garcinia cambogia is an effective aid to weight loss.
60″ + (2 x 12″) = 84″ (ideal quilt width) 80″ + 12″ = 92″ (ideal quilt length) Quilt pattern should ideally finish at 84″ x 92″ for this bed. Add more for pillow tuck (add 10″ to ideal quilt length), heavy quilting, longer desired drops, etc. King "x" This batting information is also included in the downloadable chart. Not sure what size you actually need for your bed? While manufacturers use standard quilt sizes for production, we all know that the quilt size you NEED depends on the mattress. I believe the California King is just a 1/4 yd. more narrow and a 1/4 yd. longer than a regular King. As long as the king-sized quilt pattern allows you to have enough overhang around the sides, you don’t need to do any conversions. If it were me, I’d make a king quilt and add a small border if .