I wanted to share some of the #AQPquiltalong projects. I just love how they are all coming along. Each is so different and is also a great lesson in color and value placement.
is going to be so rich with a Japanese feel. Jennifer is the Senior
Editor of American Patchwork and Quilting and has got to be one of the
busiest women in the industry. I am honored that she has carved out the
time to be a part of this.
And then we have Anne from Bunny Hill.
Anne has a uncanny knack for putting the chic in shabby chic with
everything she touches. She is adding alternate blocks of applique to
See what I mean by how different each of the quilts are coming along.
Wishes from Sweetwater.
Of course her quilt is completely done. You can certainly see why she is so successful by jumping in
and getting her projects complete.
is the exact same as the other quilts but the value placement has given this quilt a completely different design.
Just imagine all the variations of traditional
quilt blocks we could do if we just looked at everything
in black and white, then started coloring in the shapes.
Jane, you are so inspiring.
I am sure you all read Sherri’s blog. She is a true classic in every step of the word. So Sherri choose fabric from a classic designer, Sandy Klop of American Jane. This quilt was a good reason for Sherri to pull out her American Jane collection of fabrics and dive in.
I would like to point out that this is also a good reason why we like to hoard our favorite designers fabric collection. And yes it is okay to have more than one favorite designer, hoard their collections, and have a fabulous stash. Stash is not a bad word.
I knew Amy would give us all an interesting take on scale and design.
Amy’s combination of fabrics adds such movement throughout.
She put darks where the lights were, lights where the darks were supposed to be.
She gives the quilt her magic primitive touch. A good lesson in just
because the pattern says
doesn’t mean you have to use dark.
Again another example of greatness in everything she touches.
Camille played with her value by use of lights, mediums and darks.
My quilt was truly lights or darks, no mediums.
By adding the mediums, Camille’s version incorporates a softer, vintage feel.
And my apologies to Carrie Nelson. I left her greatness off of my original post.
I can’t really say enough about Carrie. Her version is a timeless classic. Read all about her thought process as she created this quilt.
Thanks again to all these talented ladies for being a part of this quiltalong.
I have made a board on pinterest
and I would love to add your version to the board.