So lets see since last Friday I completed a quilt top that has blocks of my own cyanotype designs that I passed to 10 fellow members of my Modern Quilt Guild "bee", I can't wait to have fun quilting it as wild as it is.
To try to show my process I will try to post some photos I took as I was working along.
So the instructions I handed to my bee members were that they were to take the 12 inch cyanotype designs and use the Kaffe Fassett fabric I included in their envelope to create a honky log cabin sort of block ending in 16 1/2 in squares (if I recall my instructions correctly lol after all my month was Feb.) before my surgery and we all know what a wild ride I've had since March.
|First there were seven returned blocks.|
|Once I got all 10 of the blocks returned to me I could begin designing a quilt top.|
So here I am tacking the blocks and fabric strips on my design board.
|Ok so this became the general design but then to add a border.|
|I worked in a row to row piecing, adding fabric to the blocks to form the completed rows, ironing seams as the rows were sewn and compiled of course.|