tutorial here. Of course, in her example, all of the alternate rows are the same fabric. That would have made things much simpler. I wanted three shades of grey to graduate down the quilt which meant making two strip sets for each yellow. There is a bit leftover, but it wasn't too hard to puzzle together once I had the idea started. I'm going to add a narrow band of dark grey at the top and a wider band of light grey at the bottom. Maybe even a duck. Maybe I'll just quilt a duck. In any case, after the original failed attempt, this one came together quite quickly. I'm going to go finish sewing the rows so that I can get back to my mother in laws anniversary quilt. Kurt is starting to wonder why it is taking so long.
Great design - and grey is hard to work with. I bought a few yards a year and a half ago to try out a "modern" look in my quilting and it is still sitting there, being ignored.Good job making the best out of a less than ideal situation.
Great solution! Hope you meet the anniversary quilt deadline.
This looks great! You are amazing!
This is quite nice too!
I like the zigzag quilt. Looks like the perfect solution to your problem with the first attempt.
it's looking great, love the design. Definitely add a duck though. (??!??!!!)
Love the color combo!
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