Metro Lattice and broken addiction!
Finished "Metro Lattice" today!
Helen and I worked on this together. She pieced it and I quilted it. We decided a simple grid would be great for it.
We used "Cameo" by Amy Butler. I also broke one of my addictions!! I only used ONE layer of warm and white batting!!
We fell in love with this design and thought it looked just like lattice. We are in the process of putting the pattern together for it.
Tula Pinks fabric worked great for the back of the quilt and an olive green binding was just the trick for finishing off the edges and pulling out the greens in the quilt!
~Jenny and Helen~
I didn’t learn to read until I was in 3rd grade. One day I found this book that I wanted to read, so I took it to my fetahr and asked if he would read it to me. Every night he read a little bit but alas he never finished it. I was so curious to know the ending so I taught myself to read with this book. The book was The Boxcar Children by Gertrude Chandler Warner. This book will always hold a special place in my heart for that reason. After I taught myself to read I fell in love with books. Today, I have a daughter who has not always liked to read. I always tried to instill in her my love of reading and even read her The Boxcar Children but it wasn’t until we stumbled upon your book, The Thirteenth Princess that my daughter fell in love with reading. Now she loves reading and has read your other books many times. She will be turning 12 in November and I cannot think of a better present to get her then a book in which she has been patiently waiting for. Thanks you for writing books that has given my daughter her love of reading.
Do you have a video of doing the oval section. I am struggling with how to do that part. I have used the metro ruler to do 2 wedding ring quilts and I really liked this one. Just not understanding how to measure each piece and cut it before putting it together