These next 2 quilts contain lots of tiny pieces. I can’t imagine how
much time it took to cut the pieces, sew them together and press them.
I am really beginning to appreciate more and more, how much
time and effort it takes a person to create a quilt like this.
Doreen created this beautiful quilt. Log cabin is still one of my
favorite quilts. Doreen did a great job with the piecing as well.
If I had to sew all those little strips together, I don’t think it would
be very flat or square.
Flirtatous is the name of the pantograph that was used. And a
light cream polyester thread was used for the top.
The backing was pieced, another great idea too. I think that I used
a light blue polyester thread for the backing too.
Here is another shot of the backing.
This is Marilyne’s quilt. She did such a great job with the
piecing. Everything was square and flat. I really love the
white little squares that run throughout the quilt.
It seems that the quilt is made up of 3 -4 different blocks. And
the fact that there are so may different fabric in the top makes for
a great scrappy quilt too.
The backing was a really rich creamy color with florals on it.
It had a really silky feel to it as well.
On the quilt top, I think we used a light tan polyester thread and
a light cream polyester thread for the backing.
The panto we used is called “Blowing Wind.”
I hope you like these 2 quilts. They are a labor of
love and works on art in and of themselves.
Have a great week.