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thanks JO & Denise. I was thinking as I worked on this, that I'm going to be very particular about this quilt once it's done. Definitely will be a wall quilt. I was imagining someone messing up my satin stitching, I'd turn into Godzilla quilter I think.
break from embroidery. The idea is from a MSQC video on half hexes. I'm thinking about doing a 2nd one where the "wrenches" interlock or are tesselated. I drew it out and it will work, but will have to be careful about contrast.
Oh, my, that is very, very cute!
A bunch of wrenches in search of nuts and the white spaces could be considered nuts if you sewed big buttons in their centers (or appliqued circles ....)
I have Jinny Byer's huge book on how to do tessellations. this one looks pretty interesting!
That's a cool design.
Dee, you are on a roll!
Judy that really came out nice. Guess you could call it something that has red in the name.
I have seen this around for several years now made from HST’s. As a matter of fact, DENISE made a small one after seeing it at retreat some years ago! She was fascinated with the pole affect.
anyway, I looked around on Pinterest and see several names for the HST pattern - twisted pole, combo weave, ribbon quilt, are just a few.
I was just fascinated when I saw it done with string blocks. That maker called it Pole Twist with string blocks. Have fun naming your! I really like how it came out!