The second one is called Orion’s Belt. There will eventually be a pattern and papers and acrylics available for this one as well. You can click on the pictures for more detail to make them bigger. I’m Linking up to Finish it Friday
Friday, 15 September 2017
I have two finishes, finally. I put the speed on to get them done for the first guild meeting of the year. Sometimes it take some sort of incentive in order to get the gears moving. These are both English Paper Pieced, and the result of my recent fascination with the kits shape, which is what forms the points of the stars.
The first one is called Castor and Pollux. It is actually a design developed by Nancy Cabot and originally published in the Chicago Tribune back in the 1930’s. Here’s a link to more information about her, if you happen to be interested. Nancy Cabot. She did some fascinating patterns. There are more of them that I would love to do. There is a pattern for this quilt, along with the papers and acrylic templates available in our store here
Labels: Castor and Pollux, English Paper Piecing, EPP, Orion’s Belt
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These quilts are beautiful. Congrats on getting them done!!ReplyDelete
They look so great.ReplyDelete
Both are great, but I love the first one for its ingeniousness. Congrats!ReplyDelete
Love both of them - the bright colours of the top one, and the mix/match of colours and the striped border on the second one.ReplyDelete
I just realized that I'll never have to do any paper piecing - I'll just come here and admire yours! Beautiful!