I'm kind of cheating here because these aren't my quilts. I helped with them, but they aren't mine. Nevertheless, I'm proud to say that the design wall has been home to these quilts during their construction.
These quilts are creations of my brother Gerald. He is a new quilter, but he sure has made up for lost time. He has made probably 6 or 7 quilts in the past year or so. I was excited that he
asked me let me quilt these on my domestic machine.
This started as a jelly roll race/1600-type quilt, but with some minor tweaking. He cut his own 2 1/2" strips, added some 4 1/2" strips and just a touch of red. He wanted it wider but not longer so he added the large black border to the left. I love this!
Here's the back of the above quilt. It's basically just straight lines, mimicking the lines of the piecing. Do you see the little bit of red here? That's his label. Click on the picture to enlarge it and you should be able to see it better. Again, I love this! I guess I love everything about this quilt. :-)
Here's a slash type quilt. This was fun to see as it progressed and Jerry learned a lot about what he will do the next time he works with bias. :-)
Here's the back of this quilt and it's really cool. I used a variegated thread on both the top and bottom and the rainbow color looks exceptionally great on this backing fabric. Check out his label again. How creative!
And finally, here's the last quilt he worked on at my house and this is pretty cool. He wanted it longer but not any wider so he adjusted the size of the top and bottom borders.This is a cool quilt. Again, I used a variegated thread and I love how it looks!
I wish you could see this great backing fabric. I love it! Again, look at his label.
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