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QuiltCon Charity Quilt 2020

QuiltCon Charity Quilt 2020

Last September I had the opportunity to help put together blocks for the second QuiltCon Charity Quilt by the Dutch Modern Quilt Guild of which I am a member. We were each asked to put 5 blocks together of 4 different letters and a ‘space’. The letters form the words BLACK and WHITE in various … Continue reading

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QuiltCon charity quilt

QuiltCon charity quilt

The Dutch Modern Quilt Guild of which I am a member decided to participate in this year’s QuiltCon Challenge. For those who are not familiar with this challenge, here a short explanation: Each group (or member) makes a charity quilt of a certain size to enter in the QuiltCon exhibition. The quilts all have a … Continue reading

Sea Glass charity quilt

Sea Glass charity quilt

This quilt is over 2 years in the making and it still not finished. The binding is not on yet, but that will have to wait till August. All the unwanted blue and green scraps were pulled. Some were my own, some were donated by friends and colleagues. I sewed the scraps onto a strips … Continue reading

Improv quilt – part 1

Improv quilt – part 1

In the beginning of 2013 I started designing foundation paper piecing patterns. My stash was kind of limited at that time, so my test blocks were made with all the ¬†same fabric. It left me with several block in a similar orange-brown color way, cute, pretty… but they were still in my¬†cupboard since 2013… This … Continue reading