I got the train lap quilt back from Amy at the beginning of the month and I put on the binding the same day I got it back. I am so happy I learned how to apply binding by machine; it goes so much faster now.
I have been obsessing about the projects I'd like to make in 2021 so I spent quite a bit of time in Electric Quilt trying to come up with plans and get the fabrics right.
First, I am going to make the Queen's Jewel quilt again. I think I've got a pretty good idea of how I'm going to arrange the fabrics within the blocks so I won't have the same problems with arranging blocks as I did last time.
|Queen's Jewel from Quick Quilts from Your Scrap Bag|
by Patricia Wilens. I reduced the block size from the original pattern.
Next, I found a pattern that I thought would be perfect for William Morris fabrics. I entered it in Electric Quilt, but the border had to be changed a bit because the software couldn't deal with all the pieces in the original pattern. I will follow the original directions when I make it.
|Snake River Log Cabin from Judy Martin's Log Cabin Quilt Book, page 50.|
The border is missing pieces from the original pattern.
|This is based on an image I found on Reddit. Unfortunately,|
I don't know who originally designed this pattern.
|This is another quilt design I ripped off the image from the Reddit quilting list.|
Four more quilts, that should be more than enough. Only time will tell if I manage to make it through these projects next year.
Those are beautiful designs. Good luck with the quiltingReplyDelete
Thank you. I'm pretty excited about the planDelete
You have beautiful plans for 2021. I love the one with a Storm At Sea look to it!ReplyDelete