Take one jelly-roll
|OK, this one is for illustrative purposes only!|
So I kept adding more and more:
However, I think you can make nice even nicer when you turn a block on point and it just seems to come alive a bit more. Here is the same image but now on point:
Turning it on point though means there are four triangulated corners that need squaring off. I decided to use white at which point I discovered I had no white left in my stash.
So I used Kona Meringue with the random remaining jelly roll strips instead:
I started off hand-quilting the centre diamond shape before switching to the sewing machine to straight-line quilt the four cream triangles:
The back is a cream fabric I had had for a long time, spliced between some Kona Azure:
|If you look closely you can see on the left where I haven't finished off the hand-quilting yet!|
And although one of Amy's rules is that you are not allowed to post giveaways in your blog post, can I just mention a quilt and jelly roll looking for a new home in my previous post to help the relief effort in Japan. Thank you!