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May 13, 2010

Beltbuckles Anyone?

My good blogging buddy, Gene (make sure you pop over to his blog and check things out) was experimenting with his EQ6 and designed a wonderful quilt, which he said reminded him of beltbuckles.  I asked his permission to try out the design and just got started.
The design called for 70 some odd half squares so I decided to  make the "Marsha, Marsha, Marsha"McCloskey's method which are on the bias.  It works so well, let me tell you. And what with using my new Shark iron with power steam, the fabric ironed like melted butter.
Of course I couldn't wait so I placed a row on my small design board and I really like what I see. I chose swirlly orange fabric (Marble Textures by Moda Classics) with lots of movement, a butter yellow and the black print fabric (Jo Morton for Andover Fabrics) is my favorite.
Stay tuned for more.


Barb said...

I love the belt buckles.....Gene is so creative.

Gene Black said...

Oh...I am so excited! It looks great. Funny thing, I call the block a "Crescent Wrench" and the top part in your picture looks JUST like a crescent wrench. I love your fabric choices. Thank you so much for taking on this challenge.

I am going to have to learn to make the HSTs that way.

Fiesta said...

very interesting Rhonda.


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