"Made Ya Look" - small version
I've been making another quilt lately (nothing new there, right?) - it was small, so relatively quick to make. I had some leftover "low volume" blocks and strips segregated, so it really didn't take long.
Plus, it's pretty small.
I did go and buy some special backing! Polish folk fabric! Here I am after sewing the crosshatching one direction. I was checking for pleats before I crossed it the other way.
Here it is as you can see, sitting on top of DNA Wrap. The cross hatching is more visible here.
I like to throw in pieces of panels from time to time. Here, the words are from a panel telling how to sew it up. Sometimes pieces of panels show up as blotches of design as they are usually irregular when cut into strips.
How did I decide which fabrics I wanted to use in this? Well, I tried to stick with a white or almost white background and then small to small-ish prints on them.
You can see that it is far more interesting at a close inspection than from a distance.
That's why I call this particular quilt, "Made Ya Look".
Here is the back with the cross hatch finished. You'll be seeing more about this quilt in the not- so- distant future.
Have a great quilting day!
Oh...at this point, I have not written up a pattern for Made Ya Look since it is just simply squares sewn together. Maybe someday.