Blue Crescendo

Here’s the after photo.

This treatment called for more intense quilting in the remainder of the quilt, in order to have balance. Pebbles were added around the main blocks.

And here’s the rest of the story:

The Wedgeworks book with templates, & four blocks made by another quilter (deceased), cost me fifteen dollars at a quilting garage sale. The Wedgeworks technique & the designs were so intriguing that I wanted to incorporate the blocks into a quilt. Using similar fabrics, I made four more blocks & designed a setting using a variety of neutrals to showcase my quilting. (The variety was because I didn’t have enough of any one neutral.)

It wasn’t finished in time to enter in our Alaska State Fair, so maybe next year………

Blue Crescendo


One Response to “Blue Crescendo”

  1. Tammy Rowland Says:

    Nancy… I love how this quilt turned out. Spectacular. Am so glad to see it now that it is finished.

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