No Fair

The second annual #APQquiltalong has started. What I mean by started is the April issue of American Patchwork and Quilting is now available. There really is no start date or deadline. A quiltalong is just a way to share your process along the way.


The no fair part of this blog post is just that. It is no fair that I didn’t get to quiltalong with everyone else. Okay, Okay I guess it really so no far that my quilt is already made, quilted (Thank you Maggi Honeyman) and even bound.


I can’t pass up this APQquiltalong so I am starting on version 2. I had some squares left over from my project, so wanted to put them to good use. Plus I love a deadline and the shear possibility that I could have a Christmas project done in the first half of the year would be over the top incredible. I thought I would try something a little different by combiing red and green together in the same 4 patch instead of lights and darks.


I worked with strips approx 10″ so I could use scraps from jelly rolls or pieces of layer cakes for variety. Putting the strips right sides together before subcutting already pairs up the 4 patches.


I don’t think i like green and red nine patches only, so then I added some light backgrounds also.


My plan is to use my size of four patches but use Edyta’s layout design. I am on the lookout for the perfect fabrics to use in her layout. In the meantime I will quiltalong on my four payches with all of you.
For more eye candy or to just follow along on all the versions, search #apqquiltalong.

Gotta go sew a few more four patches before work.

Have a wonderful day.

modalissa

7 comments

  1. mascanlon says:

    So I either I keep losing my comments or I am chatting away like a crazy person! Like the idea of a Christmas quilt, all the versions in magazine are so fun it's hard to decide!

  2. Michele says:

    I like where you are going with this so far. I looked for the issue in the grocery store the other day and they didn't have it 🙁 I'm hoping to get the the LQS tomorrow afternoon and keeping my fingers crossed that I can get it there. The local bookstore sadly is no more.

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