Many thanks to everyone who entered. Sure wish l had a book to give away
to everyone, and spread the joy of sewing with Small Pieces to make Spectacular Quilts.
But there can only be one winner.
And the winner is
Please email me with your postal address.
Now on to more interesting life decisions!!
l have been collecting signature blocks for the last 2 years
since visiting the Infinite Variety Exhibition in NYC in March 2011,
and of course, they had to be red and white.
So now, the time has come to put them together in a top,
with spare blocks, so l can collect signatures at
our Red and White Exhibition this year.
But this is where l have hit a stumbling block.
Do l set them on point, even though the signatures are not.
Or straight set with sashings?
Straight set with counterpanes.
More on point, different fabric.
With sashings and cornerstones.
And a slightly darker fabric.
See what l mean. Decisions, decisions!!
Who knows, l might even find another fabric in the
cupboard to pull out and play.
But for now, l think l will just let them brew on the floor
and see if they help me make a decision!!
l am leaning towards the on point, but this would make the quilt huge!!
As would any that require counterpanes. l mean like 88" huge.
Another option is to keep the ones collected at our exhibit and put them in a seperate quilt.
l want to be able to snuggle under this quilt, and have the memories
of all my friends who signed a block keep me warm.
Any suggestions or preferences??
Thanks for visiting.