Quiltsville Challenge quilt top done

Ignore the wrinkles. It was pressed very nicely before I folded it up to take to work for show and tell. The quilt takes a more traditional quilt block and puts it into a contemporary layout using bright colors.

Quiltsville LozengesFACETS

On the left is a photo of the inspirational antique quilt that Quiltsville had on her blog. On the right is my version called ‘FACETS’.

See my original post here.

6 Comments

  • a maiden hair fern

    That looks a lot like “Long Tall Sally”, the pattern of “Miss Rosie’s Quilts” that I made a few years ago. It was very tedious, but definitely makes up the most beautiful pattern. Congratuoations.

  • Carole

    Nice idea to use the bright corners. Is the pink part of the quilt, or is it the design wall behind the quilt? Do you have a quilting plan in mind? I like the name you gave it. 🙂

    • 2 Dogs Studio

      Carole, the pink is the design wall made with insulation boards. I know that some day I should cover it but then I would have to deal with the thread issue. I am not much for machine quilting but I need to take that leap of faith and start trying with some of my smaller quilts. I feel a bit overwhelmed when I see some of the fabulous quilting folks are doing. Thanks for stopping by. Micki

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