19 April 2014
I was recently asked to make another of this quilt.
Usually, when I "remake" a quilt I change things about it; the layout, colors, back, etc. However, Ashley wanted it to be as close to the original as possible. Since I was about to move and the prospect of not having to take the time to debate and question the block layout (as I usually do) was so appealing, I happily consented to making a replica.
Unlike the original, I did choose to double stitch around each of the seams like.
This combination of neutrals with a dash or orange is a happy one for me. That, combined with the uniform quilting gives the back a pleasant yet interested look.
Of all the fabrics I frequently use for my bindings, this Joel Dewberry herringbone is one of my most favorite. I really should buy yards and yards and yards of it. :)
A tutorial for making a 60 degree angle quilt can be found here.