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May 10, 2017

Another Fractured Diamond Design

I purchased this fabric the other month and saw many possibilities.

So of course, I started cutting into it with another fractured diamond in mind.

I drafted a kite shape from cardboard and cut 24 out to begin with because I didn't know how large I wanted the quilt to be.

I already like the looks of this.

Here's one block.  Each block is 8 1/2" unfinished. My plan is to use up as many scrap strips as possible without them growing into a mountain......sigh!!

And now 8 blocks. Now I just have to get busy and build a quilt. Stay turned. For some reason, things (quilting) have slowed down around here as hay season gets into a full swing. It just might take awhile before this string gets done.
Happy May everyone!!!


Gene Black said...

A Happy May to you also. I love that new fabric. I don't do Paula Nadelstern designs, but I see that it would work well with her method. (aka "Let the fabric do the work")
It really adds a nice graphic pop to your diamond.

Angie in SoCal said...

Those are stunning fractured diamonds!

Anonymous said...

I can understand why hay season gets in the way! Aren't you too exhausted to think at the end of the day? The blocks will wait for you, and they are absolutely beautiful.


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