Hello to all,
I wanted to share some APQquiltalong eye candy and thank my friends that did this virtual quiltalong with me.
|Quilted by Natalia Bonner of Piece n Quilt
“Image from American Patchwork & Quilting® magazine.
©2013 Meredith Corporation. All rights reserved.”
Here is my quilt from American Patchwork and Quilting.
|Amy Ellis From Amy’s Creative Side|
|Quilt Jane’s version. http://www.flickr.com/photos/quiltjane/|
|Kimberly Jolly’s version. http://fatquartershop.blogspot.com/2014/02/apqs-tone-it-down-quilt.html|
|WOWSER !! http://lisabongean.com/2014/03/19/apq-quilt-along/|
|Another dark rich version by Jennifer Keltner|
|Sherri Mc Connell’s version using all American Jane.|
|Anne Sutton of Bunny Hill added applique|
And here are a few more pics of other quilts I wanted to share.
|Maggie Honeyman- machine quilt extraordinaire made and actually got to quilt her own quilt.|
|SVETLANA’s version http://sotakhandmade.blogspot.com/2014/01/winter-wonderland-sewing.html|
|classic vintage by Lynda from NSW http://lyndainwonderland.blogspot.com/2014/01/catch-up.html|
What is so amazing to me about quilting is that this is a classic Burgoyne surrounded block named after General John Burgoyne’s surrender at Saratoga in 1777. Nothing earth shattering about the pattern, it is a variation of Double Irish chain, yet the fabrics used make each version wonderful.
One more little bit of info. I wanted to show a snapshot of the pinterest board, #APQquiltalong. Follow me on Pinterest to see the actual board. There are many more versions to tempt you to make this quilt if you have not started yours yet.
Now that we have accomplished celebrating the General Burgoyne through this quiltalong, maybe we should move on to General Beauregard from Barbara Brackman’s Book, Facts & Fabrications-Unraveling the History of Quilts and Slavery.
No seriously, moda has so many great indigo’s coming, I may have found my perfect project.
Thank you following the quiltalong, as well as my blog.