For extreme scrap quilters.
See Etsy.com/Shop/KarenGriskaQuilts for fun quilt patterns.
That's beautiful! I don't think I'll ever save enough selvages to make anything that ambitious.
Congratulations! It's a beautiful quilt. Love those red squares with the selvages.
Love it! Gonna have to play too!
I like an easy quilt with a bit of variety and drama and this looks like one!
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I l♥ve it!
Congratulations! It's a beauty.
Congratulations on a magazine feature, that's pretty exciting. And the quilt is beautiful!
I think I 'need' to make one of these! I like how it looks woven together. Congratulations, Karen!
Looking good. Congrats!!!
Congratulations on being published! What an honor.glen: I am one of those who will be 100 years old before I have that many selveges. Maybe they will made a fabric line that looks like selveges.........glen
Beautiful! Copy made and filed for later use. So many selvage quilts....so little time. :)Edda
Hey, congrats on the mag! It's a great-looking quilt. Love the red centres.
I like it! A LOT!! That might be my next one...thanks!! :-)
Thanks for the link to the pdf file!This one has SO many possibilities . . .
Karen, thanks for the pattern for your wonderful quilt. It's a lively quilt which keeps our eyes moving adn then resting on the red centers. And, of course, congratulations on having your quilt in American Quilter.
Great quilt! I do love the look of using selvages instead of strips in quilts. Thank you for the pattern!
Gorgeous and congrats on being in the magazine as well. Love the selvages and I have accumulated quite a few now, so it 's time to make something new.
That is a dazzler! My cat Tubby knocked over my glass of cider causing my computer to be out of commission for a week or so, it is nice to see all your posts. I was definitely developing withdrawal symptoms...Karin
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