Easy Street Quilt

The two quilt blocks on the design wall are components of the 2012 Mystery Quilt by Bonnie Hunter. custodia sena iphone 5s I had most of the basic units done, but waited to join them all together in a block until I knew what the pattern was going to be. I auditioned at least 10 fabrics before choosing the maroon plaid in the end.When I finally chose the “right” fabric, there wasn’t enough of it! I had to go with three similar fabrics, which is all right with me. custodia in gomma iphone x It makes it more interesting and totally more scrappy. custodia iphone 6 belle I tried to put all the blocks on the design wall, but they wouldn’t fit. apple custodia iphone se This is going to be one big quilt! Then I had to audition borders. Can you tell I love plaid??The next decision I had to make was how to quilt it. Since it was so angular and had so many straight lines, I chose a curled feather, an all over pattern with pretty dense coverage.And here it is, all bound and ready for the bed. It is a king size quilt. custodia iphone 5 silicone morbido The original pattern called for limes and teals and purples: http://withstringsattached.blogspot.com/2013/01/dwm-swap-results-and-easy-street.html You can look at other images if you do a Google search for Easy Street Quilt images.

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5 Responses to Easy Street Quilt

  1. Barbara Mersman says:

    You have finished a beautiful quilt! I follow Bonnie Hunter also and think she is fabulous!

  2. Mary Kay Grim says:

    Pam, the quilt looks great! Can’t wait to see it in person! You turned a lime green, teal & purple color scheme into a “Pam” quilt! Good job.

  3. Sue Winkel says:

    Another beautiful quilt Pam:). Think about you often. Love ya

    • pkay says:

      Oh my! What a wonderful surprise to hear from you. I think of you often too. I wonder if the mohair was suitable for any of your adorable creatures?

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