The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Friday, May 08, 2015

The Primitive Strip Quilt

 
A few more sections added to my primitive strip quilt that is based on a 1930's
African American quilt.

 
I will probably add four more sections to have the size I want before adding the borders.  I would like it to fit a full size bed.

 
I'm using the quilt as you go method, cutting the batting for each section
and sewing the fabric scraps to the batting.  I then sew the sections together.  Most of these fabrics are Brannock and Patek scraps from the 1990's. 


10 comments:

  1. That's so beautiful!
    It has a lot of movement to it.

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  2. Wow! Love this quilt so much! I can see why you'd want to use the QAGM too with all the bias stretch. Really great quilt.:)

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  3. I love how that is coming out and the quilt as you go method, you have to explain that one, do you add the backing on too?

    Debbie

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  4. Wonderful Quilt ! Love colors . Friendship

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  5. this quilt is wonderful...ooh that pink with stripe...

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  6. I imagine if you weren't quilting as you go it could get a bit wonky. It looks great!

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  7. Love this quilt! It seems like there are waves in it. And all those fabrics! Clever to do this qayg, I would not have thought of that. Are you using different fabrics for the backing too?

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  8. Wunderfull
    Grüsse aus Deutschland

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  9. So gorgeous, I'm going to blog about this lovely string quilt in String Thing Along its so awesome and want to share this with more lover's of strings!

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