Thursday, January 14, 2010
This side features wonky log cabins, each beginning with a green daisy center. The strips are of varying widths all over - and what cheery fabrics this quilter had in her scrapbag. I'm thinking this is a 50s quilt, based on some of the novelty prints and the big whopping cabbage roses.
This quilter did her best to corral the chaos. Note that the blocks are sashed, and there is a little green daisy cornerstone at each intersection. It's machine pieced and machine quilted in diagonal lines. It measures 68" x 75". Check out the checkered bias binding, it is very neatly applied. The fabrics vary. Some are dress weight but others are heavier barkcloth.
Look for the other side of this quilt in my next blog.