This is a quilt made of contributions from the West Point Grey Girl Guides District in Vancouver, BC. There is a square from each unit, as well as some additional squares for various groups within the District network.
I really enjoyed putting it together and I love the variety in the squares. The “flat” side is a pattern from Hoffman Fabrics called “Izumi Pond” and I chose it for its relative simplicity and asymmetry that I though would compliment the variety of the group memory blocks arranged on the other side.
Flat side of DC Quilt
Memory quilt side:
Memory quilt side of DC quilt
Individual square photos are also available if you contact me to share with your unit!
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Here’s my nephew’s baby quilt. I love the Kaffe Fasset color shot stripes and this was a fun use of them in a more subdued palette of blues.
Back view of 1 of two reconstructed blue jean skirts I made for the girls last week. Quinn chose the fabric one day and I added a few stash fabrics, after making one for an adult friend two years ago who still raves about it. The ruffle was an addition so I could use full width fat quarter strips cut in half (9″ without being too short). Hmm I have front view too, with bonus dog nose!
I am on a roll with this publishing method I tell you, no doubt more mediocre photos coming soon.