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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Wonky Quarters Quilt by Ann

I've been meaning to share this for a while now, so finally, here it is. :) Ann was so nice to purchase one of my patterns, Wonky Quarters, and sent me a picture of her finished quilt! She doesn't have a blog or anything, so she said I could post it on my blog. :) Yay!

Isn't' it beautiful?! I really like how she repeated the prints in each block. I always pictured this pattern as scrappy, so I LOVE seeing how someone else interprets it.

Here's what Ann said,
"I used “Alabama Roll Tide” fabrics and the houndstooth fabric. I love using black as the background. It usually makes all of the colors pop!...The pattern was very easy to follow and I especially liked the sized individual pieces that I could cut out and know they were the right size. I did all of my cutting first and then started sewing.  It goes together real fast. There’s two different Roll Tide pieces of fabric  used. They look basically the same until you see both pieces side by side. One has a lot of black in it and the fabric is slightly different in texture. I used the crimson solid color. And any time I do blocks, I almost always use black to separate them. It just seems to make each block individual."

I agree about the black. It looks fantastic!! Thank you so much for sharing with me Ann!!

If you use one of my patterns, free or paid, I'd love to see what you make with it! :) You can leave a comment on my blog, shoot me an email (fromblankpages{at}gmail{dot}com), or add it to the flickr group. :)



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