Two new projects are in the works… This one uses the same method as the Tolva quilt, but only thee “colors”, all linen. Love the look of linen, not so much working with it in a quilt. This one is for my son. I had the fabrics for a while but I wasn’t sure about … More Two new projects
I think this is the first quilt that I photographed right after it came out of the dryer.I am glad that I decided to finish it – I really like how it came out! And my kids already wanted to cuddle up with it. Nice. I quilted this one pretty densely, free motion, your basic … More Tolva quilt – finished!!!
Do you remember this quilt I finished recently? I just learned from a commenter to my post that the striped block is called the Bright Hopes block. Well, if I had know that, it would have been much easier. I saw a vintage Vera shawl with this design, and then tried to figure out how … More dash-dot quilt block tutorial
Sometimes I forget to tell you here when I finish my project over at flekka-challenge. Since the last one, I made two: Editt top and Marina top. Go on over to flekka challenge for more pictures and step-by-step instructions.
I just realized I did not take a picture of the finished top. This is as close as I got when I took this picture. Close enough. And today I basted it. And started quilting. I am doing free motion, just your basic random swirls. I am quilting it quite dense, because I think this … More Tolva quilt:: basted
Just briefly… I finished the last four hexagons today. And then I worked, and worked, and worked… on the layout. After a few iterations, here is the final layout: I probably should have taken one in focus. Oh, well…
Finally finished. Actually, I finished it almost two weeks ago, then waited for some light to photograph it, and then forgot about it. I did however photograph the other two quilts that I finished in September! but that will wait for the next post… So this one… made entirely from vintage sheets. Well, almost entirely. … More dash-dot
No triangles were cut for this one!