Just a friendly reminder and some shameless self-promotion for my Seeing Value Class next Wednesday. Sure to add some juice to your brain when it comes to designing quilts.
I finished quilting my niece Ella’s value quilt (first photo) yesterday. I settled on a random cross hatch. I wasn’t sure at first whether I was happy with the quilting, but knew I didn’t want to follow the lines of the diamond. It’s great and super soft!
Binding is going to be a plunge for me with Alexander Henry Heath in black to match the back (and hopefully the front). It’s cut and I’m committed.
It turned out great. Ella’s quilt back is designed in the same layout as her brother Ethan’s quilt.
Can’t wait to get pictures of both of them together.
I noticed that the value class is being taught elsewhere with half square triangles now, so my brain is starting to think of a new block. This might be the last time I’ll teach it with this block. The universe is telling me it’s time to come up with something new.