Monday, August 5, 2013
A solution to my delimna
I couldn't decide which color of gold looked best in this hand-piecing project so I ended up using these three; a gold plaid, a tan sprigged print, and a cheddar. The pattern is called "Old Maid's Patience" and I can see why.
The colors in this quilt are not spritely enough for me but the pieces are already cut out so I'll have to liven it up somehow with an alternating block. The pattern calls for a plain light colored block in between but I think that will be too dull.
Especially since the quilt I am currently hand quilting has big white spaces to fill.
This is my interpretation of the Sanderson Star Quilt from the Beamish Collection in England. It's not a very good picture because the wrinkles make my quilt lines look crooked, they aren't.
I've always wanted a quilt with extra quilting and I think when I'm done with this one I'll have satisfied that desire completely.
After reading Barbara Brackman's post yesterday I was a little sad. I knew the ever expanding quilt industry wouldn't last...
This is a true beginners project. When I made this (obviously using scraps) I had no idea about matching corners, or trimming threads, or...
This is the completed left panel from the Roseville Album Quilt by Kim Mclean. It is done except for all the circles that can be seen i...