Quilt Show #2
Usually I treat this blog as a sketchbook in which I explore quilt design ideas. I seldom use it as a showcase for my quilts.
However, that said, for the second year in a row I'm taking part in an on-line quilt show, sponsored by Pigtales and Quilts.
This is my opportunity to prove that I occasionally do some real work and sew the quilts that I design.
Quilts From Quarter of Nine Blocks
This quilt was made by cutting four Friendship Star blocks into quarters and then reassembling them.
This one was made by cutting four Ohio star blocks into quarters and reassembling them.
Eight Jacob's Ladder blocks were cut into quarters to make this quilt.
Quilts From Wonky Blocks
Each butterfly is made from 2 wonky Jacob's Ladder blocks.
24 wonky Shoo Fly blocks were used to make this quilt.
Quilts From Ninepatch Pinwheel Blocks
6 brown and 6 green Ninepatch Pinwheel blocks were used in this quilt
It has, however, been colored differently.
Way back in April, I was the featured quilter at the Crocus Quilters' Quilt Show in Weyburn Saskatchewan.
Brenda King sent me this Smilebox afterwards. I thought you might like to see it.
To see my quilts from last year go to Friday 30 September 2011.
To see the other blogs in this years on-line quilt show go to Pigtales and Quilts.