Here we’ve got another one of Jennifer’s quilts.
Jennifer makes the best quilts. And ridiculous awesome, and well pieced. Its… ridiculous.
So I’m starting by following the black lines with a design of some sort, using two different designs, alternating. So, I’ve drawn ribbon candy (I swear, thats ribbon candy) in alternating black lines, and then I would do something that’s going to read differently in the other black lines.
Then, in the white part above the yellow line, I have quilted lines the same size as the black lines, only running parallel to the yellow line. I would then go in and quilt them the same way that I had quilted the black.
I echoed the inside of each triangle, and then would fill them with a design of some sort — ignoring the transparency happing in them, and treating them just as one triangle. I did the same thing for the three circles.
Then things get a little crazy.
I echoed circles around the black circle, radiating outwards, stoping where they hit the yellow line, a triangle, or the black lines. I would use the same spacing as I did in the black, and the same quilting designs in them.
Marking this would be an… adventure. I talked about marking big circles & linked to my mom’s blog where she did a much better job of explaining it last week.
I’d echo those circles for a while, but I wouldn’t fill up the entire white space… I’d go to about where I have drawn, then fill in the space the same way I filled in above the yellow line.
As for that yellow line I’m echoing just inside it, then using a fill, something that’s again going to read differently than the other fills I’ve used, and fill it in.
I know Jennifer’s got her quilt loaded & probably started, so I can’t wait to see how she decided to quilt it! You can see her instagram here!
Have a great weekend! Later days!
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