* OneQuilt Month 7

Posted on November 9th, 2009 by maitreya. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.

January’s One Quilt assignment from Rummage. She sent a neat floursack and indigo collection of fabrics, and asked for some sashiko stitching in red thread. She said she liked the idea of the previously used fabrics, so instead of cutting around the old fold marks in the floursack, I incorporated them into the design. I also sewed the whole thing with red thread, thinking that might peek through the seams, but no such luck. The seams look pretty snazzy from the back, though. :P


One Response to “OneQuilt Month 7”

  1. Francesca Says:

    This is so beautiful! And so modern. Makes me want to learn how to quilt.


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