Archive for May, 2009

The first of two variations of the same quilt. I like them both.

Turkey Tracks2

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If you like your quilts a little bit more contemporary in style then this one  is for you. The segments in the blocks follow a different path, albeit a traditional flying geese formation but vastly different from the usual block and the whole design is encompassed in a trailing flying geese border. The border looks great but it isn’t perfect yet – more work to do!


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In this contemporary version I have echoed the spikes in the blocks with spikes in the borders.


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Here is another foundation pieced design. Simple and some might even say repetitive. Some days I just enjoy the whirring sound of the machine doing simple repetitious blocks that require no artistic input whatsoever. I believe it is called a ‘no brainer’ and some days that’s just perfect!


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Something I was working on yesterday. I’d like to make one of these. Love it.


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Here’s another airplane design where the sashing elements really become a major part of the overall design. I really like this one.


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Just a doodle I was working on yesterday.


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