In September, 2007 I started a project in a class with Carolyn Konig, a Victorian based teacher. It was a 9 block Georgetown Square. About February, 2010 I came to the conclusion that 9 blocks were too ambitious. Lots of curved piecing (even by hand) doesn't pull me in. I already had 4 blocks so the quilt was revised to a 5 block, on point design with a green spot sashing. Much more manageable. November, 2010 revealed not much movement on this project.
Back to the design wall.
Perhaps a 4 block setting with a flying geese sashing would be nice.
My apologies for the crinkled look but I don't want to iron these little b...abies until they are completely secured by borders. Working with curved pieces also means working with "off the grain" patches. It took 2 years to choose a centre for the blocks and in the meantime the stars distorted. I have reworked 3 out of the 4 central circles and will soon do the final one. Now this project is becoming more manageable. A suitable border and it will be complete (except for quilting, ha!).
Click on the photo to get an idea of the sashing.
I certainly don't want it to end up in the unloved category because it will have been left too long.
Like this one.
this blog to see what else I've been working on.