When I was a little girl, I said I wanted to grow up to be a mommy and an artist. I'd like to think that I am just that! I am the mother to three wonderful children ages. I studied art and art ...
When I was a little girl, I said I wanted to grow up to be a mommy and an artist. I'd like to think that I am just that! I am the mother to three wonderful children ages. I studied art and art history, worked as a museum collections curator, and am now a SAHM who enjoys expressing my creative side through quilting, sewing and fabric printing. I find time for this "during quiet time."View all patterns by designer (71) »
This unique herringbone quilt is entirely paper pieced. It works its way from scrappy on the left, to more and more solid on the right, giving the effect of vibrations.
Copyright (c) 2012 by Amy Friend, duringquiettime.blogspot.com
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20 fat quarters in prints
6 fat quarters of coordinating solids
1 1/2 yards linen
binding: 1/2 yard
backing: 2 yards plus a pieced strip using leftover scraps
batting: 54" x 70"
All seam allowances are 1/4"
Approximate finished dimensions: 48" x 64"
Quilted by Stephanie Palmer, latenightquilter.com.
Cover photo by Kitty Wilkin @Night Quilter, taken for the Quilter's Planner 2017.