This week we are featuring quilts from Cynthia of Quilting is More Fun Than Housework. She laid out and finished four beautiful quilts from last fall's block drive. Let's take a look at these gorgeous pieces.
This one and the one at the top of the post are similar, but the quilting is different. The top one has simple straight and wavy lines.
The second one has a swirling wind kind of motif. So much texture!
In the third quilt, it looks like she chose the blocks that had biggest leaf prints in them. She said, "People sure have some lovely leaf fabrics in their stash!" I agree whole heartedly!
What a great leaf quilt pattern, too. Perfect for these fabrics, don't you think?
Cynthia said, "For this one, I alternated the direction of the blocks. This is different than the way the blocks were designed. I always like to mix it up and see if I can see any alternate patterns emerge."
It looks like a completely different pattern this way, doesn't it? Here's a close up of her pretty quilting, another leafy pantogram. Do you see any of your blocks in Cynthia's quilts? Let us know in the comments.
Many thanks to Cynthia for her hard work on these beautiful pieces. You can see more photos of these quilts, including the backings, on Cynthia's blog: Post #1, Post #2, Post #3, and Post #4. Cynthia also hosts the "Oh, Scrap!" weekly linkup, so make sure you check out the rest of her blog while you're there. Lots of inspiration to be had!