I haven’t been sharing a lot of progress with you lately because I’ve been working on a secret project for QuiltX. QuiltX is a quilt show with a twist… the show features one designer (this year it’s Border Creek Station) unveiling a new pattern that the vendors all create something from. It’s fascinating to see the different interpretations of the same pattern.
Last year, I ended up making two quilts (a throw and a baby quilt) that I just didn’t love. I’m not sure why my creative mojo wasn’t in tune last year but this time ’round, I think I nailed it! Oh, I wish I could share it with you… the suspense is killing me.
I have a wedding coming up later this year and I knew I wanted to make something simple and modern. The pattern we were given is rather traditional but I knew that wouldn’t do for this young couple. The design uses a traditional Churn Dash block with alternating setting blocks. While I used both blocks, I didn’t exactly follow directions
(not surprised? I didn’t think so) I’ll be sharing my version with you here next week.
Till next time…