You can see this quilt in progress at the bottom of this post "The Blue Chair." Below is a picture of the quilt that gave us the inspiration. We started in the bottom left hand corner and worked our way up and right trying to make our quilt similar to the original one. Of course we had different fabrics and colors to work with and then we wanted our quilt to be much bigger in size to fit a bed, so we just kept adding blocks and sections as we went.
Today I have Emily's airplane quilt on my design wall. She said this is going to be a slow process for her to get the whole alphabet in hanger talk on to this quilt.
And do you remember my "Jacob's Ladder" quilt from an earlier post here and here? Well, I started quilting it in the center and going out to the edges. I used 2 layers of batting because I wanted it to puff up.
Not good, not good! The more I quilted it the worse it got. Aaarg!
So, ... I cut it up and started the layout all over again.
Just look at all the different ways to put the blocks together.
Now I'm to this point and need to keep at it until it is finished. No more changing my mind!!!
So, here's my Jacob's Ladder quilt on my "design floor."