My Twister project is home from the quilter. I contemplated quilting this myself, doing some straight lines or maybe some big stitch hand quilting, I'm so glad I got over those ideas because I would not have done near the job that my quilter, Connie Lancaster at Quilts Plus in Indianapolis, IN did.
I didn't notice how plain that white space was until Connie filled it with pinwheels.
Pinwheels in the pinwheels and pinwheels in-between the pinwheels.
Here's the corner. Thank you Cosmo Cricket for designing the perfect fabric for the binding!
And thank you Connie for quilting such a clever pattern on my project!
For more information on my SaltAir Twister go to my Lifetime Quilt List tab, this is Lifetime Quilt Number 88.
When I was working on my Twister, I linked to Dawn's blog where she showed some pictures of some Twister projects she had pieced. Due to popular demand Dawn has created a very detailed tutorial on how to make her heart twister, stop on by if you would like to give that project a try. (Click Here)
Yo Yo update, last week I had 8 yo-yos . . . .
This week I have . . . 9! LOL!!
Not as many as you or I expected, but I did buy a vase!