Several months back, I submitted several quilts and patterns to magazines. Out of all my submissions, I got one response, asking for some revisions and colour options. After making those revisions, I sent it back and never heard from them again. so… *raspberries* to them. I never even got a response to this submission. I don’t want to keep it to myself anymore. I want to share this quilt with you. I have written a pattern for it, in a reverse engineering kind of way since I pieced it without a plan from the beginning. I’m not sure yet if I will offer it up for sale, or free.. I mean, it starts with something like “Cut 536 triangles of various colours” LOL!! So, I am not sure how many people will actually want to make it, but it sure it great eye candy!
I started with a huge stack of batik charms. If you were with me at the beginning of the podcast, you may remember that my first giveaway was to guess how many squares were in that pile of batiks.
After cutting a triangle from each square, I used the leftover bits on the sides, and pieced oodles of two toned triangles. Then I trimmed them down to size and used them on the borders. For an idea of scale, the little squares in the border finish at one inch. :0