|One of my earlier quilts - Crossroads. Still one of my favorite quilts. Pattern came from "The Weekend Quilt" by Leslie Lindsey. Back looks rather modern doesn't it? This was before the Modern Quilt Movement emerged.|
|Challenge Block of the Month Quilt. Again one of my earlier quilts using up stash. The backside was my own invention. I love star quilts! Again using up fabric on hand.|
|Star Autograph Block Swap. Getting more wild with the backing. It was during the period when we were calling Lime Green the new Neutral Color!|
|Blue and Green Modern Quilt - Learning to transition from traditionalist to modern here. I had a bunch of blocks left over so why not incorporate them into the back of the quilt. I may still have enough blocks to make a pillow case to go with it.|
|Craftsy Block of the Month 2012 quilt - finished in 2013. I love the Garden Path so it was incorporated in the back of the quilt. I would still like to do a whole quilt in this pattern.|
|Robert Kaufman Kona Challenge. I love the little center strip going down the back. Free motion quilting on this quilt is quite dense. I was having a great time following Leah Day's video tutorials.|
|Baseball t-shirt quilt for my darling grandson. He probably would gag if he new I called him darling! I have a tutorial somewhere on this blog on making those large fusible letters fused with Heat n' Bond! - Great stuff!|
Hope you enjoyed this show as much as I had revisiting some of these quilts! Again thank you Katie. So come and join the party. I can't wait to spend some time seeing how other quilter's created their backs.