My first low volume quilt is now finished. I started this quilt a couple of weeks ago and blogged about my struggle working without bright colours here.
I opted for a simple straight line quilting, it was all that seemed to be needed for this quiet quilt.
I backed the quilt with a wonderful Alexander Henry fabric I had in my stash. I must admit I back a lot of my quilts with either Alexander Henry or Michael Miller or IKEA fabrics.
I love how the quilt ended up. I was not sure at first but it grew on me as it came together. I was so pleased I have started a new low volume quilt – this time using a log cabin pattern. There was something fun about using such a structured pattern in an unstructured way. Here are some of the blocks I have done so far….
6 thoughts on “Low Volume Part 2”
I love this quilt. I am looking forward to seeing the log cabin one finished.
I am also excited to see what it looks like all together. Hopefully it won’t take me too long.
I like the approach of making blocks at a time.
What a pretty little quilt! There’s such a fun mix of fabrics in there.
Thanks. I was surprised by how many low volume fabrics I actually had in my stash…. and how cute most of them were.
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