A great visual effect with this mini quilt called Prism Plant Pot from Quilts From the Attic. Nick is a truly creative fan of Oakshott fabrics and we love his designs. He says this one was arrived at:
“After much thought and lots of fabric petting”
The blogpost will fill you with confidence to carry out paper piecing, blocking, quilting; and gives you all measurements and fabric info you’ll need to create this tangential piece.
All the fabrics were used out of the Lipari Fat Eighths pack for the blocks, but Nick kept back the Milazzo and Pollara for the background and side and acquired some extra Scandinavia Uppsala for the top.
He has certainly brought out the jewel-like qualities of this fabric collection.
With thanks to Laura Welkin for sharing both her good news and her picture:
This is my miniature quilt, Dancing Dahlia. It measures 15″x15″. It received a first at the AQS Paducah and a second place at the NQA Show. The dark blue fabric and the green background fabric are both Oakshott cottons. I have been told a few times that the green fabric seems to glow!
I discovered your fabric in the Pinwheels vendor booth at the Paducah show in 2014. I instantly fell in love with a bright blue and bright green. I only purchased half yards of each, so I had to make a small quilt. I entered the quilt in the 2015 Paducah show and received a first place in the miniature category! The question I am asked the most about the quilt is, “What fabric is the green background?” A judge’s comment from the NQA Show stated, “Use of silk fabric makes this small piece glow.” Many do think it is silk.
I found some eighth yard pieces on Etsy, so I am currently making another miniature with some of your violet fabrics as the background. Can’t wait to finish this one!
Thank you for making such beautiful fabric!