Monday, August 18, 2014

Country Crossroads


Country Crossroads
Quilt of Valor
59 x 68 inches

Not counting the black border, this quilt has 1,107 pieces - lots of seams. An earlier post shows some of the process involved in making this quilt, from scraps and a bit of new fabric.

I like how the yellow HSTs combined with the 36 patch blocks create a lattice.

Update: February 2016

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Country Crossroads (shown bottom left) was awarded to a veteran at a local nursing home.


12 comments:

  1. Yikes, it's easy to get lost in that one. So much visual detail.

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  2. I love your quilt! It is so pretty , I love the scrappiness and churn dashes!

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  3. This is beautiful!!! What a piece of art and all our of scraps.

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  4. really pretty---love the lattice too

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  5. The lattice work caught my eye immediately. Oh my, so many pieces!! So many seams!! The quilt turned out great, Nancy. I think it's really appealing.

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  6. hurray! what a fun way to *tame the scraps*!!

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  7. I love the individual fabric designs and together they make a beautiful quilt! Great job!

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  8. those yellow HST really do make the difference. Wow!

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  9. Gorgeous Nancy!

    Good news with Zach finally getting his own room for teaching ! It was hard to go from room to room last year!!!!

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  10. I know you won't believe it, but this is my new favorite! That's awesome. The yellow really makes the other colors pop.

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  11. What a gem of a quilt! Scrappy quilts always tug at my heart. That cheddar is such a great choice - it sets your blocks off so nicely.

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  12. The yellow hst make everything pop... I love it!

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