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Group One
In & Out of Studio 3D
Saturday, 22 November 2014
Cabin In the Corner
Topic: Quilting

THIS IS THE 60th QUILT I HAVE MADE!

With the full set of 12 building blocks and 4 corner trees left from the shop hop kits I put together version 2.0.

The center of this one are orphan blocks from the recent 'This and That' quilt which is a half log cabin block. I added sashing between the blocks and then used some fabric from my stash to create an inner and an outer border.


You can see the quilting I did through all of the sashing and borders is what I call loopy stippling. I also used this quilting in the sky on the building blocks.




I used a woodgrain for the binding as it adds to the rustic feel of the quilt.

 

The woodgrain is carried over to the outer 5 inches of the back and a center panel of fabric left over from the lanterns finishes it off.


Both of these quilts of the buildings will go to the Passages program at the local Hospital.

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:01 AM PST

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