Wednesday, 4 May 2016

Spinning Stripes v2.0

Last year I went to a class with Shirley Mooney of Don't Wait to Create blog, and learnt how to cut a striped fabric to make new patterns. This is the result.



I finished the first quilt quite soon after the class and I was really pleased with it. You can read more about it here.



Back in March I pulled out the second quilt I had started at the class.  It had remained pinned to a sheet for about 9 months.


I played around with it and ended up changing the layout until it was similar to Shirley's original design.  You can read more about that process here.

Now I've finished my second mini quilt and I love it too.



It's hard to believe I made these two quilts out of this single piece of fabric.  It's all to do with the cutting and the layout of the triangles.


and the quilting:



Both of the quilts are 22" wide.

Thank you Shirley for a fun class and teaching me a new technique.

7 comments:

Staci said...

THese little quilts are just so much fun!!

HeathersSewingRoom said...

These quilts are really stunning and will look great displayed in your home.

Serena @ Sewgiving said...

Visually these are lots of fun! Were they just as fun to make?

margaret said...

I remember seeing the original and thinking how spectaclar it was equally impressed with this second one think far harder to do than you let on!!!I presume excellent accuracy is a must here

D1-D2 said...

I love these two. The back of it looks like stars in the night sky :)

Ruth said...

Fabulous the effect is really brilliant and I love that they are from just one fabric.

Wendy said...

They are both gorgeous!