Monday, February 15, 2010

Darlee Byron's Selvage Quilt: "Garden's Edge"

Darlee Byron of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada is reviewing a quilting book each month, and making a quilt inspired by the book. This month she reviewed "Quilts from the Selvage Edge," and this is the quilt she made. Isn't it a beauty? Those green corner squares are perfect.

You can read about it on her blog: http://www.quiltsamplerjournal.blogspot.com/. She describes her design process and shows great detail photos. It's a very interesting story. Nice job, Darlee!

5 comments:

Jackie said...

What a fantastic use of the selvages! I would have never thought to use them for fusible applique. Just genius!

Dianne said...

Lovely lovely quilt! The polka dots make it that much more fun!

Darlee Byron said...

I enjoyed being featured on your blog and love the inspiring projects you share with us. And, yes, I love fused applique and flowers as much as I do working with selvages - they are definitely favorites of mine!! Thanks again!

mutteringsfromthemoor said...

Beautiful!

Barb said...

Well done, Darlee - how fun and happy is this quilt. Makes me really anxious for spring
Thanks for posting, Karen