It's Throwback Thursday here at Quiltin' Jenny, and I hope you'll link up and share your own creative adventures from your pre-blogging days.
Today I'm featuring two quilts that I made after taking a class (I think it was at Tiny Stitches). We used this book for guidance:
The technique is so simple but striking, and the design choices are endless. In fact, I'll have to show you another quilt next week that used this fusible bias tape in a slightly different way. Remind me.
I made this quilt for our bedroom in the class, and immediately realized how I would do it better the second time. I decided to make a second quilt and give it to Gram for Christmas that year. She was living in an assisted living facility, and I thought it would be a wonderful way to brighten her room.
|This really is square. It's just hanging wonky because it's been folded up for awhile.|
I'm normally very generous and give away most of my quilts, but this one isn't begging to go live in Colorado. What's that about, do you think?
Link up below and let's see one of your blasts from the past.