It started with Sujatah's Painted Zigzag . I like triangles and I like scrapquilts, a perfect combination, I think :-) The yellow Philip Jacob dahlia fabric was the color scheme for my version .
I joined my first online bee about at the same time and so I thought it would be a perfect block to be sewn by my bee-mates. And I got beautiful blocks back, but somehow I didn't like my initial plan any more , now I wanted to have a sort of color gradient.
This was the next try to build the top, and then I finally realized that I should have a design wall for this kind of quilt. As I don't have the space for one, I pinned the blocks to a sheet and unrolled it, every time I worked on the top.
Martina and Iva made a great suggestion, but in the end at home I decided to quilt a simple grid following the zig zag lines.
And I'm very happy I have a completed quilt for Blogger's Quilt Festival :-))
Linking up with Blogger's Quilt Festival at Amy's Creative Side.
Machine pieced and quilted
57 x 79 "
145 x 200 cm