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In & Out of Studio 3D
Thursday, 16 September 2021
Cornrows
Topic: Quilting

I'm working my way through the backlog of quilt tops - taking them to the longarm machine and getting them bound. Today, I finished up this fall-themed number using the Magical Squares pattern again.

I started with a charm pack of fall leaf prints and filled in with other leaf print fabrics from a vendor's sample book that I had picked up at a yard sale. I had the light leaf-print sashing from my sister's stash and the inner border print left over from some other project.


A bonus from my sister's stash was this awesome 'indian corn' print. I used it for the wide border as well as the cornerstones, and it served as the inspiration for the quilt name.


I used a large leaf pantograph in taupe thread. It is such a good match that this is the one area where it shows up well enough to show it to you.


This lap quilt will go to the hospital's Passages program.

Ddd

 


 


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 4:52 PM PDT

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