A Melting Pot of Piecing Traditions
I do like the varied widths and angles in this quilt and the baptist fan quilting really emphasises the diagonal movement.
Lynne, I love everything about this quilt. Starting with you had never tried curves before! Isn't it easier that we think? For me, the moment I let go of the idea of perfection, everything became easier.. The moment I forgot about how it will look in the end, it became more fun. Gentle curves are mimicking the hand done work of so many many quilters from the past. I was just looking at the pictures from my India trip. Quilts made without tools are my favorites of all kind!You did great with the quilting this quilt too. Love the picture on the snow! Thank you so much for posting it here. Please make some more! I can not wait to see what you do next.
Terrific post for a perfectly wonderful quilt (I saw the top in person before it was quilted - SO much fun looking at the fabric combinations, knowing Lynne specifically paired each combination).
snow and a lovely quilt!! wonderful
I think this is fabulous. I love your fabric selections and combinations, especially the ants and bugs - I am also keen on insect printed fabrics especially dragonflies and put one on every quilt somewhere. Can't wait to try this pattern myself...
Balanced beautifully! Thanks for the detail on your decisions.
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