Saturday, June 17, 2017
This quilt came about when I was going through my stash (trying to destash, actually) and I came across a layer cake. I did some research on-line looking for something to make with a layer cake.
I have discussed the whole process of making the disappearing hourglass here.
A couple fabrics were added to get enough blocks to get my 6 x 7 blocks and then I ordered another April Cornell fabric for the main border.
I added a small white border to finish off the outside of the blocks.
Then the deep periwinkle fabric was used for the outer border and one of the blocks, too.
The top is complete.
A green dot fabric was purchased for the backing.
I put it on the longarm and I used another new-to-me panto called Venice.
It looks great on the fabric, too.
Binding is the same as the final border.
The quilt is complete, binding and all.
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