The fourth of my patterns for charity quilts for PebbleCreek Quilters is now finished. The PDF is ready, and the teaching sample top is sewn.
On my design wall, above, I can show it hanging vertically, but for outdoor photos I have to hang it horizontally to fit on the 6-foot wall. It looks much better in outdoor light.
I used almost all fabrics from the club's random stash for this one. The result is colorful, yes, but also in its own way it works. There are at least 60 prints plus the constant light here. With a scrappy quilt, more variety is always better.
This one actually seemed to take longer to piece, or maybe it's just that I've been pushing so hard to get all four of these done. The PDF pattern for this one is now available. Again, if you want a copy for your group's charitable work, leave a comment and be sure to type your email address in the actual text of the comment.
I'm actually quite pleased with how this one turned out using the club's very random stash, because this one is most representative of what we have and how it can work together.
Yes, it's a crazy mish-mash of prints, but it has strong value contrast to emphasize the spinning pattern, and because of the contrast, it works.
Soon PCQ will get all of these patterns posted to their website so all the members will have access to them any time. We'll use these patterns for various work days and community sew days when we make quilts for kids, for older boys, and for adults in hospice or clients of the local family services agency. I'll post a recap of all four patterns next week.
Link ups: Alycia Quilts,