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Here are some details about my project:
Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Classic, Traditional
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What materials did you use? Two Moda layer cakes in "Summer's End" with cotton background fabric and thread, polyester wadding.

patz in suffolk on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? Using up so much of the leftover material from the first, larger, quilt to make the small one, thereby reducing my stash quite a bit.

patz in suffolk on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? If I were making this again, I'd slice up the two layer cakes into four charm packs (less expensive than buying four charm packs) and make the big quilt of the small blocks. It would take a lot longer, but I'm sure it would be much nicer. I think I may go back to the larger one and do some FMQ in the cream bits which are a large expanse of nothingness at the moment, but not until I've had a bit more practice and feel a little more confident about it.

patz in suffolk on craftsy.com

Both look great you must be proud

08/17/2012 Flag

This is awesome!!!!

08/29/2012 Flag

Thank you - but it really isn't my favourite!

09/14/2012 Flag

Beautiful stars on both quilts! Such pretty colors.

09/19/2012 Flag

Thank you. I'm thinking of filling in the negative space with some FMQ (once I find the time and pluck up the courage!). I don't know if I'll ever get around to it, though!

09/20/2012 Flag

Great idea!

10/16/2012 Flag

I've signed up for the "Quilting Negative Space" tutorial so, if I live long enough, I just might (and I said "MIGHT") get around to quilting this one day!

10/17/2012 Flag

I've got to say when I first looked at this I love the contrast in size's of the pattern. I didn't realize at first glance that this was two quilts. I think you did a great job.

01/11/2013 Flag

Thank you! As I said in my introduction narrtative, I probably wouldn't have chosen to make the big one if I'd realised just how large the blocks would be. However, I think that if I ever get around to doing some free motion quilting in the negative spaces, it may be more satisfactory. The little one is better, but a bit of an odd size and it was difficult to know quite what to do with it!

01/12/2013 Flag