I’ll never tire of triangles.
In fact, I have another and another and another…already produced in my head.
Give me an isosceles, equilateral, or half-square triangle any day… I’ll take them!
(photo by Ara Jane)
I actually quilted this in May for the June exhibit at Island Quilter, but I never got a photo.
I love the individual processes a quilt goes through. A portion of Pantone Pop’s process was done among friends. Sandie and I spent a May afternoon in Ara Jane’s dining room talking quilts and sewing.
Ingrid kept us company and Ara Jane on her toes.
Pantone Pop hung next to HST Love throughout the month of June as part of a Seattle Quilters’ exhibit.
Now Pop is back home and keeping us warm when the down duvet is a bit too much. It isn’t quite fitting for the Pure Periwinkle walls, but I’m pleased to gaze upon it. Sadly, Seattle has had limited warm weather, but lucky me has a beautiful new quilt to make eyes at, oh…and a good man.
Which reminds me. Happy Birthday Jeffrey. You are one handsome devil and I am one lucky girl.
::Improvisational Free-Piecing Workshop:: $85 Saturday July 28th from 10am-4pm at the Quilting Loft in Ballard. All levels of sewists welcome.
An all day workshop to explore creating your own quilt designs. We’ll cover improvisational patchwork techniques and design while constructing blocks for your own quilt. All level of sewists welcome. Quilting Modern Book required.