(I did go back and fix.)
Harriet and Carrie, I must apologize...
instead of following the instructions from your book "Quilter's Academy Freshman Year" pg. 35, I did the following:
because of time constraints and all the stopping and starting, I ended up sewing together Rows 1 and 2
again and again, then ended up with one single row at the end (see left)
This will be a quilt to make again and again - it goes together nice and quick and a person could choose to use all different kinds of fabrics. This would be perfect for practicing quilting over and over again before quilting something larger and more intricate.
Here's a lovely note from Carrie and Harriet Hargrave to their learning quilters:
This is why I decided to organize this in my dining room coat closet:
All of the above are "Quilter's Academy" projects -
now if only I could learn to take decent photos after the sun has gone down!!
I'm looking forward now to the next class from "Quilter's Academy" Freshman Year:
Carrie's Cowboy Corral Quilt
I'm really looking forward to this because of the fussy cutting and I found really fun cowboy-themed fabrics! This ought to be the perfect Christmas present for my nine year old son....shhhh..... ;-)
At the beginning of February, I made cutting, piecing and finishing this quilt top part of my five goals for February....can I do it?!?