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This first picture came across my Facebook feed. There was no information on whether this was a pattern or a printed panel or anything. Although I do enjoy the challenge of re-creating quilts from a picture, I don't think I'd care to try to wrap my brain around this one.
One of the comments for the post that showed the above photo, said that"Saw something similar made with log cabin squares in FB group Quilting and Sewing Enthusiasts! "It is called "Blau de Colors- el Tubo" by Montserrat Forcadell Blasco. It was a big winner at the 2019 Houston Quilt Festival.""
So, I looked for Blau de Colors - el Tubo and found this one. Holy moley. But .... it should be so simple! It's "only" Log Cabin blocks! LOLOLOLOL!
ahhh! another commenter brought this Etsy site to our attention: https://www.etsy.com/market/optical_illusion_quilt_patterns
some VERY interesting optical illusion patterns there. Oh my.
It makes me dizzy and a little sick to my stomach. Definitely not for me.
I do like optical illusions - but not that 1st one.
Unlike you, I love all of those.
I wish they had been around in my younger years.
I would be afraid to sit on the bed in fear of falling in!!!
But that's the whole idea of an optical illusion bed quilt ... the joke is on the viewer.