Sunday, March 6, 2011

Stack and Whack

 I don't know about you but sometimes I find it hard to
photograph a quilt, this one was especially a problem as
I could not get the colour right.

In the end this was the best I could do



as you can see, I have my trusty assistant with me
Charlie


 He is my shadow and sometimes he decides to sit rest right where he 
pleases and if thats in the way then too bad mum.

Sentimental Journey by Robyn Pandolph, I love this fabric even though
its been a while since its release, I followed the stack and whack method
which was very easy and quick, made up of 12 inch squares stacked on top
of each other then cut into a further 6 pieces and reassembled.

I then quilted it with a panto, Tea Roses.

A nice and easy quilt to make if your in a hurry

Happy Quilting!


Mandy

2 comments:

Robyn G. said...

Mandy it looks stunning!!
The softer fabrics can be hard to photograph.. I do love your photo though and I hope you enjoy that magnificent quilt!!
Very cute assistant ;)

Anita said...

Hi Mandy, I do love your quilt, the soft colours are just gorgeous. I laughed when you said you had a hard time photographing the quilt....I have a hard time taking photo's of anything!!! lol. By the way, I do love your little owl on the left of your blog dropping all the love hearts. Cool. Hugs, Anita.