Added Mar 28, 2010
I know this isn’t done properly like a traditional quilt, and a family member who loves quilting was quick to point this out, but for me its more about the look or the colours that come as a result.
I love grey, mustard and cream and its getting onto Autumn, so to save on heaters I decided to make a bunch of very simple quilts. This is one of many and when I manage to churn out the others I dont know, but after the amount of unpicking I had to do with this one, I doubt future quilts will involve triangles in a specific colour order.
When I started this I just started sewing triangles together, not really concetrating on the angle or the colour pattern so pretty much every stitch had to come undone, but once I got past that and it was time to iron on the basting it finished very quickly.
Quiliting Cotton in Mustard, Grey, White and Cream.
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