I like it!
Interesting to see the changes in the first three with minor alterations to the secondary block.
Not too many designs left in this project file … but heaps of possibilities for a replacement series!
All I wanted to do when I started this project file was check that all the border blocks had matching corner blocks … and found myself designing medallion quilts.
Want to know how to tie yourself into knots?
One of my favourite series of Log Cabin designs … there are a lot of block variations to play with, which means an almost infinite number of possible designs.
Love that curvy star in the one above, though at first glance I noticed the diamonds at the point of the star.
Love the one above.
Like the ring of diamonds … though would prefer the diamonds to be sparkly!
Another very interesting design.
A design I put together on the way to making a real quilt.
The design for the real quilt became a pattern, initially available as a paper pattern, now in PDF form.
Most of the quilts I have seen using Vicki’s fabrics are pieced … but I like applique either by itself, or mixed with pieced blocks.
I think the combination of Vicki’s fabrics, pieced blocks and applique blocks is working well.
The next dimension to add to a real quilt is quilting … and quilting will show up really well on hand dyed fabric, and not just in large background areas. Quilted details on both pieced and applique shapes in a design are going to stand out.
I am tempted to order some fabrics, but I want to try some different applique blocks before deciding on a specific design. That sounds like a legitimate excuse to allocate some time to play in Electric Quilt.
Which design would you choose?