It takes a village….is getting closer to a finish. I spent sometime last night quilting more of the triangles with 3 designs (here and here).
I have quilted about 20 of the triangles and have about 26 to go. Last weekend, was so productive I am hoping for the same success this on weekend by finishing this project up this Friday or Saturday.
I will definitely be releasing the pattern for this one….a question for you all though that are interested in it…. See the last row, you have 3 triangles and then two triangles. The negative space inbetween would you like the measurements as individual squares (Two (2) 4.5″ squares) or as one piece (One (1) 8.5″ x 4.5″?? Which way would allow you to line up the rows + columns the easiest??
Linking up with Lee over @ Freshly pieced for WiP Wednesday.
I absolutely love this quilt and the way the quilting is coming along beautifully. My preference would be for a strip rather than 2 squares.
Love the quilting, and the subtle colour scheme.
This is lovely – I really like it a lot! And I agree, a strip rather than squares…
Interesting question… I think a strip sort of makes it appear more definite as ‘the bottom line” !! Lovely quilt!
Love this quilt for its disposition of the triangles, your color choices and your quilting (off-centre circle)! I’d prefer a strip in the last row to cut in on the surrounding squares.
Great question! I prefer to use strips / fewer pieces when at all possible. I look forward to seeing the quilt finished! 🙂
this is looking great! I’d same larger pieces between the triangles, or at least that’s the way I’d like to do it.
One strip piece would be one less seam to work with and cross over, more pleasing to the eye.
I would go for a strip too – that is how it stands out to my eyes. Your patience in quilting this is amazing 🙂
Love the quilting on this