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someone on FB knew the name of the pattern so I went & looked. Interesting to see all the different layouts and what a difference colors makes. many look like completely different quilts!
This one is fun with the positive/negative values. I may give that one a try with white and black novelties.
So many possibilities. very fun and so much movement!
Wow! I'm glad you found the pattern. I just saw a photo somewhere and didn't bother to investigate. Those other layouts are amazing.
I love this one! Doesn't seem that it took you as long as I thought it would. Lots of little shapes. The cutting alone would take me forever.
This is one of my favorites. Fantastic job you!
What am I STILL up to:
UPDATE: on the Baseball quilts. Here is what the two for my grandsons will look like, and the tops are both finished (58" x 72"). I added a cream sashing that has stars in it. I have decided to add a third quilt for a friends young son who played in a Tournament in Cooperstown NY, during the BHOF Induction Ceremony this year. The second photo is an EQ8 version of the kiddo who played in Cooperstown and the one of the blocks. None of the boys know they are getting quilts. But I will make sure the labels state the big tournament they played in. The 2nd quilt top is almost finished.
Those are all lovely and no doubt be well loved!
Your quilts are really nice and I am sure the boys will be thrilled.
I took a workshop with J. Michelle Watts on Friday. It was well done, learned several tips for working with the wedges I wouldn't have known otherwise (always sewing with the same piece on top for example). It was fun. Though I just cannot make myself applique using the machine. I tried a couple of different ways and I just don't like how it looks. So I'm hand sewing the arcs down. She is from Roswell though moved to New Braunfels TX a few years ago. We chatted about missing the mountains and desert skies.