I put together the top below. I started with the triangular forms which were leftovers from cutting my Z-front travel purses. I added strips to those. I ended up with just the correct number of blocks. This will make a bright quilt for Mayan Families.
Monday, January 21, 2013
Visitor from Anchorage
My friend Pat came from Anchorage to visit last week. We did a lot of sewing and visiting fabric stores. This is the top we put together for the Guatemala Bound project. The week before last the Vancouver group got together for a Guatemala work day. The assignment was blue, green or yellow solids or one color prints. Put any number of lines through a block, in any direction. Five of us made the 80 blocks in about 5 hours. Pretty quick. Pat and I spent a couple of days laying out some of the blocks and adding strips to piece them together. Pat thought the blocks looked like hieroglyphics, so the quilt has a message. Can you read it?