Wednesday, September 7, 2011

First a bit of old news.  Here are my clover blocks pieced and ready to back and bind.  I'm going to use a scrappy green binding.  I was thinking about doing a scrappy green border, but when I had it on the design wall, it seemed to detract from the clover too much.  I really love this quilt.  I'd never set anything on point before so it was a bit of a challenge for me.  I have a few clover left over that I plan to turn into a spring wallhanging.  Thank you everyone who helped make this beautiful quilt top.

And for a bit of are some curved rail blocks for this month. I love batiks and have three more put aside that hopefully I will have time to sew...but for are 6 blocks for me.

And violets are packed and ready to go to the post office in the morning to start their trip way down south.

That's it for now....
Janet S


  1. Lately I've noticed that I want to put everything on point. I love the scrappy pieced cream and green sashing--everyone should be sure to click and enlarge your photo to take a closer look. The overall appearance, to me, is simple and classic. Nice quilt!

  2. I love your quilt. The space you got, from the white strips in the sashing is great! It makes the clovers really stand out nicely.

  3. Very nice setting - your decisions make it really nice.

  4. pretty!! Love the clover quilt - you must be so excited to be close to finished.

  5. What a beautiful clover quilt! Nice job!! And great fabric combinations for the batik rails.


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