Monday, November 15, 2010
From My Pieced Alphabet:
Some years ago, when I was still new to quilting, I was reading a quilting magazine and found the word Randolph pieced into a school reunion quilt. Since it was by an amateur quilter I assumed that she had made a valiant stab at creating her own letters.
However, I have seen other examples of the same alphabet since then. So obviously it was an alphabet she found somewhere.
It is an alphabet with many faults. Rather than catalogue them all and let you see what a nit picker I can be, I'm going to show you a revamped version of the alphabet that I designed so that you can compare the two. I'm sure you'll be able to spot the differences.
If you have any questions about any of the changes I made, feel free to ask them.
For samples of other alphabets go to My Posts by Subject and click on Lettering.