Monday, September 8, 2014

cotton & steel quilt top

I finished my cotton and steel quilt top.  I made 16 patches, then sewed them together.  I used this method and it works like a charm.  Easier than sewing (and cutting) every individual square together, but still looks random.  It's twin size, so now I have to decide quilting.  Something easy...

**I've had several questions about the size of the squares.  They finish at 2 inches, so I cut them at 2.5inches.

7 comments:

Hananeko said...

That's so pretty... what size squares did you use?

Patchwork and Play said...

It looks great! I look forward to seeing how you quilt it. Diagonal straight lines?

Carla said...

I really like how all the cotton and steel fabrics work together. Nice scrappy quilt. I just finished up two stockings using C & S and I am pleased with them.
Happy stitching

Sewing Up A Storm said...

Your quilt looks great. I should do that with all the squares I have.

C. Jaeger said...

I love it! What size strips did you use?

Sarah Marie said...

Gorgeous! Now I'm dying to make a postage stamp quilt ;)

Bemmanator said...

That is just beautiful! I love the classic look of patchwork.

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