I finished the Split Decision Quilt top except for a row right before we left town. The bits had been tucked away and my goal in life is to not start ANY new projects until ‘the list of the unfinished’ is conquered.
I made a similar pillow when the Hope Valley Line came out last year. I don’t think I’ve ever used this much of a single line of fabric in a quilt, but I think the orange chambray helps it out.
My pillow was inspired by a pillow made with this fabric.
I discovered that Joelle Hoverson’s technique for her Wee Bits quilt was easily adaptable to an improvisational technique I used for the quilt. I’ve taught the Slice and Insert Technique in my Improvisational Patchwork Classes here in Seattle. I now have the Split Decision Quilt top on the class calendar.
I’m a little over the fabric, but still love it and have my quilting design in my head. Just need to piece a back with this Anna Maria Horner (flannel yeah!) I scored on sale.