I go it back! Here is the beginning of my Jo Morton quilt. It’s her Rhubarb Crisp pattern. I think I’ll call mine Pumpkin Pie because of the cornerstones. Pumpkin pie was my first thought when I auditioned that fabric. When I shared it at the guild meeting last week I mentioned that I didn’t think I had enough of the cornerstone fabric for a lap size quilt. Jill said it looked just like the fabric Judy bought on the Lancaster trip and sure enough, it was! Judy said she already used what she needed and yesterday she gave me almost a ½ yard of it. Isn’t that nice of her! I’ll use what I need and give the rest back to her - maybe with a little thank you fabric. ; c )
I’m sure the reason I left this little flimsy behind was because I was busy acquiring this from a fellow guild member.
It’s from Michigan c. 1880. I love the use of the striped fabric in the setting triangles and as a border around the setting squares. Some detail-
Here are my 18- 6 1/2" basket blocks ready to exchange with other members of the quilt show committee.
We were each given this Jinny Beyer red palette fabric and each of us picked a different block pattern. Can’t wait to do the exchange later this month. Our goal is to have completed quilts for the 2013 show. It is a celebration of the 40th anniversary of Quilters Unlimited.
May is always a busy month and this one looks like no exception. The calendar is too full!