My March 2017 One Monthly Goal is to sew the half-square triangles (HSTs) together for my great-niece, Rachel’s high school graduation quilt. I cut 144 six-inch squares from Katarina Rocella’s Imprint collection to sew together to make the HSTs. I wanted a random look for this quilt, so initially I blindly pulled two squares at a time out of a bag to form the HSTs. About a half-way through, I changed my strategy and started intentionally putting the squares together to provide more balance to the quilt. Below is a sampling of the HSTs in no particular order:
My plan is to sew the HSTs into groupings of 16 that will form nine large 20 1/2″ square blocks that will then be sewn together to complete the 60″ square quilt top that I will have long-arm quilted next month.
It has been such a pleasure working with this gorgeous fabric collection, and the feel of the fabric is so luxurious. I’m saving even the smallest scraps of these fabrics!
Linking up to Elm Street Quilts: March ’17 OMG Link-Up.
Great fabric! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck on your project.
I do love art gallery fabrics as well. They have such a nice hand to them. I also recently started sewing squares together randomly and I found I wasn’t happy with it. I wanted to spread the colours around a bit. Maybe it works better with less variety.