The yellow is a tad loud, but my plan is to have it quilted with gray thread, which should tone it down. I'd try to explain how to get the kaliedescope effect to you in a bit more detail, but it wouldn't make a bit of sense! In a nutshell, fabric gets stacked by repeat prints, cut into rectangles, then once more into triangles and with the addition of a background fabric, that print is magically turned into these spinning beauties!
To get the actual scoop on how to make these quilts, check out Bethany Reynold's website or pick up a copy of one of her books. She's the genius who came up with this method.
This may be the most addicting quilt top I've made to date! I started Saturday and finished on Monday! How's that for quick?
I'd loooove to try this in a monochromatic color scheme!
This one is currently unnamed.
Next up is the Vintage Sheety Quilt I started back in the summer. I do loves me some vintage sheets!
This was supposed to be a picnic quilt(for all those picnics we never go on), but I fear by the time it's actually quilted, it'll be a Happy New Year! quilt. I'm calling this one Fifteen Sheets to the Wind.
Projects in the works:
- Pinwheel Sampler quilt
- Grey zig zag quilt
- Quilt #2 for my most awesome nephew, who just happens to be the cutest boy in the world.