I saw this vintage quilt on eBay and while it has more borders than I typically like adding, it has a strong visual appeal.
So I decided to draft it out. I don’t know if I’d ever actually make it but it would make a nice veteran’s quilt.
Quilt size is 72 x 84
16 Patch blocks are 12 inches finished, set 3 x 4, and are made from 3.5 inch squares or strips
Borders are cut 3.5 inches
I don’t think I shared that I bought a new laptop a couple weeks ago. I kind of hated to buy it because I don’t use the laptop very often since the iPad is just so much more convenient but there are some things I need to do on the computer and the screen on my current one was doing a lot of flickering and I’m just waiting for it to die completely.
Since I’m having problems with all my technology these days, it’s not surprising that I couldn’t seem to get EQ7 loaded and I was a bit frustrated – can you believe that I have 3 copies of this program? I’d bought one for my computer, one for Mom’s computer because I did so much work there for her, and then a downloaded version because I couldn’t put my hands on the disk when I needed to add it to my computer the last time I bought one …. and I couldn’t get any of them to work so I walked away and decided I’d figure it out later.
Later turned out to be tonight and when I went to open the program, it worked. Weird.
To test it out, I drafted a Friendship Star quilt. I’ve been wanting to make another one for years and since I’m currently obsessed with half square triangles this one might actually get made. By now you know I’d make my quilt scrappier but it’s faster to design in just a few fabrics.
I’ve put some quilt notes on the website if you’re interested.
RWB Friendship Stars
I love quilts I can cut with my Accuquilt GO … they come together quickly. I’ve got some brief instructions on my website for this one. Easy Flock of Geese