I started with two options for those wide sashings 😀 The first is some feathers, and the second some piano keys. These borders are busy enough that a lot of quilting isn’t going to show up, so I want something fairly quick and easy.
In the corner stones, I simply followed the lines of the fabric to create an on-point cross hatch.
In the “X” inside the block, I used ribbon candy in the long skinny parts, and a maze box shape in the centre.
In the white border around the “X” I did a simple straight line through the middle of the sashing.
Then, two options for the background of the “X”. I opted for straight lines If I had used the feathers in the sashings, and swirls if I had gone for the piano keys, then I used swirls in the background.
That’s it for this week! I’m a bit behind on FMF’s… and everything else at the moment it seems. If you’d like your quilt to be a part of FMF, email a picture of it to firstname.lastname@example.org
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