Before I show you the quilts I must apologize beforehand since I noticed only after downloading the photos that some of the descriptions came out blurred. The quilts are clear though and now, on with the show.
Warning: this post really is photo heavy.
What a great way to use up scraps.
Judy was surprised to find that this quilt was a quilt-as-you-go. There was a ton of thread work on this.
No wonder it took her two years to complete it.
Some of these blocks look the same but there are differences - you just have to study them.
If you can't read any of these, just click on the photo once or even twice to make it bigger.
If you think this is hard on the eyes, it was so hard on the eyes in person. I could not look at it. It was very disturbing. This is not a blurry photo, this is the quilt itself.
Hard to realize that the pattern is a "Trip around the world." It's all in the placement of the fabric values.
I really do love this quilt and it is hand quilted so well.
Just goes to show you that you really should finish up those unfinished projects.
Another scrap quilt.
A great way to use up fabrics.
I really liked the way this quilter used a print fabric. It's the stars that are highlighted.