Thursday, February 5, 2009

Hip to be square!

More progress on my YCMT sew-along quilt! I've pieced the rows, added corners, and squared up once again.


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I'm very pleased with how it is coming together. This is the first time I've actually quilted with any guidance whatsoever. When I was young and full of myself, I figured that quilts were just a matter of geometry and would cut and piece willy-nilly. I didn't know a thing about squaring-off...heck, I didn't even own a rotary cutter until I was well over 30! Needless to say, I had some funny looking quilts. This quilt top lays so nice and flat, and I can already tell that I'm not going to have to make my borders and binding do fabric gymnastics at the end! If you want to get in on the fun, it isn't too late. There are lots of people reporting various stages of progress on the YCMT blog - the more the merrier!

5 comments:

Dragon's Dolphin said...

Carla, I love the way yours is looking. The colors are so awesome together! ~Shelly~

Three Prince Designs said...

That is so pretty- love the colors!

Courtney said...

LOVE it! I really like the Amy Butler fabric for all the corners! Very nice!

Mama Krit said...

It looks gorgeous Carla!

Kim said...

I love it Carla! I really like the look that one fabric on the triangles gives it. And I LOVE the polka-dots!!

I have good news -- the next steps are posted. :) YEA!!

Kim