My original plan for this quilt was a lap quilt to keep me cozy when I’m hand sewing. Then Kerry published an extra tutorial for partial seam sashing, which I love and it fits in with the scrappy look of my quilt very well.
Partial seam sashing increases the size of the quilt though, and as you can see above, it’s getting close to double bed size.
I noticed when I laid all the blocks out that I’ve used far more neutral colours than I originally thought I would. It’s funny how the look of the quilt has evolved naturally as I’ve gone along. And this means it looks good in the guest bedroom. It brightens the cream, green, gold and grey colour scheme without overpowering it. I like the quirky edge it gives – we were getting a little bit too tasteful in there!
My plan now is to make another eight blocks. I don’t want to repeat any blocks, so I’m on the look out for ideas.
So far I’ve made Anna Maria Horner’s Folk Flower and Whippersnapper blocks, both from CreativeBug.
If you’ve got any ideas of blocks I could make, do let me know in the comments!
My blog post talking about the Corfu inspiration for my quilt