Never have done.
Up until now.
When I first posted my way of doing a spider's web quilt a couple of weeks ago someone who looked at it went and posted the link on a quilt discussion board and over about four days, more than 2,000 people came and had a look.
Up until this point, I had paid very little attention to the 'stats' link on the top right hand corner of your Blogger page. My interest was piqued though and you can click through to the sites that are sending traffic your way, which I did.
It was interesting. No one that clicked through on the discussion board to get here left a comment but a few did leave comments on the discussion board after they had been here.
One person said my quilt made her go cross-eyed.
So may I present to you the 'Cross-Eyed My Way Spider's Web Quilt'.
It also made me realise that you can completely love something, yet it leaves others scratching their heads and thinking 'what was she doing?'
So if you are one of those, pop your sunglasses on and just embrace the possibilities of doing the spider's web quilt this way, rather than the interpretation you see before you!
I am still fascinated with that secondary shape that appears when you alter the traditional measurements of a spider's web block.
And I still think it makes for a more interesting movement across the whole quilt.
As anyone (I love this one by the way) who has ever made a spider's web quilt will tell you; it takes a long time to get a quilt of any reasonable size.
So although I have it in my mind to revisit this way of doing a spider's web quilt again (but with a more refined colour palette), it may be some time before I contemplate the marathon ahead.
I also love the back.
And luckily...I also love the front ;-)