Friday, November 30, 2012

Spiral Interrupted

September and October were full of quilt shows (4).  November and December had the craft shows (3 - the last one is this weekend).  This week I sent the SECRET SHOP HOP QUILT TOP to the machine quilter and finished the guild Christmas Challenge.  My family exchanged Christmas gifts at Thanksgiving.

With so many things checked off my TO-DO list, I decided to have a little fun and pull out the spiral project that I started way, way back at the beginning of October.  Here's what it looked like when I started.

Now I've gone just about as far as I can with it because I'm running out of fabric.  It's time to figure out how to end it!  I have a cute green dotted fabric standing by to fill in the sides and corners where necessary.  Here it is this morning, pinned up to a cork board strip on the wall.  It's about 20" at it's widest point.

4 comments:

P. said...

I love this. Can't wrap my head around how it's done, but it looks amazing!

rcp said...

Wow!!! Love it!!! And you will be teaching this, right? LOL!!!

Lori R said...

No, not teaching this as a class. It is very improvisational and trial-and-error. I HAVE ordered her book for myself: The Careless Quilter.

Brenda said...

fun, fun, fun. thanks for posting this at the string blog. and I like what you said over at the Patchery Menagerie about jelly rolls.