This quilt top was made by blog reader Heather Lentz, and she sent it to Cheryl in Dallas to be quilted for charity. Check-out the details of this latest charity quilt finish.
Above, the top is loaded onto the longarm machine. Does anyone know the name of this pattern? Each 8″ finished block is made of four sets of strips: one white strip and one patterned strip. The sets are turned at 90 degree angles to each other. Doesn’t it look great with this large variety of fabrics?
Heather chose a beautiful combination of pale hues in brown, tan, blue, green, and pink. Even some grays are sprinkled in there.
The blocks are set on point, and there’s a wide solid frame around the outside quilt which makes trimming so much easier–no fear of cutting off points when the quilt is trimmed.