Ziggin and Zaggin with Spoonflower

I saw this really cool simple quilt on pinterest the other day and  I just couldn’t get it out of my head.  I finally gave in to my head and decided to make my very own chevron quilt.  I’m making mine by cutting 8” square from 10 different spoonflower fabrics that I designed.  I really like it.  Jared thinks it’s too much.  He’s probably right.  BUT then I thought of course it’s busy – it’s a quilt that I’m making – I make busy, crazy quilts.  I do feel that even though it’s busy it’s a really unique way to showcase some of my original fabrics and how they can actually be pieced together to create some pretty dramatic effects.  If I don’t ever cut my original spoonflower prints up and make something with them it’s going to b hard to show people why they may want to buy them right!?  So – here it is…


Ziggin and Zaggin with Spoonflower – a Work in Progress.

1 comment:

  1. ThebutterflyquilterFebruary 22, 2013 at 5:08 PM

    Those are some really pretty fabrics that you made. I think it will look great! Can't wait to see the finished quilt!


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