These two quilts were made from a Quiltmaker pattern. A simple scalloped sashing between the string blocks is very effective. I don’t usually do needle turn applique but these scallops were easy.
The first one was made just with strips and strings from the *cool* side of the color wheel…blue, green, purple, and yellow.
The second was made from leftovers from a blue and yellow quilt.
These look great! I have a sticky note bookmark on that pattern in my own copy of Quiltmaker magazine because I think it would be a great Linus quilt. Glad to hear the horizontal curves are not too hard.>>Sorry I’ve been out of touch — computer woes, now remedied.
Those are really pretty. I thought at first the wavy sashing was raw edged. Thanks for sharing.
Cute quilts. I really like the scallops.
I just love the touch of the scalloped sashing. Hope you will share the how to’s sometime.
Mmm…the scallops. Yours are as delightful as the edible ones! 😉>>Hope you’re having a wonderful time! The Cities are going to be even more full of color when you get back, I’m sure of it! It’s getting ch-chillier every day!
Very pretty, love the scallops!
I really like the wavy borders. It adds a nice contrast to the straight lines!
I always liked your curvy quilts! I even have a little note in my “quilt binder” – Mary’s curvy quilt – on my list to do… someday! It was nice to see them here again!>Cheers!>Evelyn