When Dear Jane meets Tula Pink
- the EPP version.
I have finished Row A of my Dear Jane Quilt and I am loving this project more than I probably should! I am loving the tiny piecing. Some blocks already have over 40 pieces in them and these blocks are a mere 4.5" square.
I am also making myself sash the blocks as I go because I know I will hate myself at the end if I do not and its also a great way to ensure that all those tiny pieces of paper get removed in a timely manner instead of all at the end when patience is wearing thin and a few are bound to be missed.
Not something that my Long Arm Quilter would be to happy about!
Here is my progress so far.
I have also decided to work on my borders as I go.
This quilt is going to be a true explosion of colour.
I am approaching this project with the same plan as my La Passacaglia.
Not overthinking the colour placement and just working with what ever fabrics I am liking on that particular day.
I am using the silver/grey print from Tula Pink's "True Colours" Range for the consistent background.
The black sashing is a black on black swiss dot by Riley Blake and a thin black and white stripe for the scallop edge.
Time to start Row B.