There’s nothing like constraints to get the ideas flowing, and Curated Quilt’s latest challenge was so inspiring I had to jump in. The brief was a mini log cabin in a specific palette. It’s been interesting to see as the quilts pop up how different screens (I think) have influenced colour interpretations. (For example, where some read “mustard” others – like me – saw “acid green.”) And on top of that the variety of creative takes is just incredible to see. Will definitely be keeping an eye out for the next one, it was really fun to step outside my comfort zone and create something based on a bit of external direction. Continue reading “Mini Log Cabin Quilt”
All year long I’ve been following Aurifil’s ‘Designers of the Month‘ series, hoping to do all of the projects but finally realizing that it’s June and I should just pick one and make it. Their theme this year is mini quilts (last year if you remember it was a block-of-the-month project). Kimberly Jolly‘s pattern really grabbed me … there is something very sweetly nostalgic about the kind of concentric geometric design (Canadians will get where I’m coming from here). With some Morning Walk fat quarters, a tiny bit of Cookie Book, and some scraps from the stash, I’m really happy with the way it turned out.
p.s. Be sure to stop by next Tuesday … Patch + Dot will be hosting Jen of Quilter in the Closet‘s Building Block Tuesday link up, and I’ve got something special planned to go along with it. (This week’s host is Alison of Little Bunny Quilts so head over and check out her post as well!)
Linking up with Crazy Mom Quilts for Finish it Up Friday