Ever since June, when I learned about the 2017 Challenge for next summer’s Quilts at the Creek, I’ve been pondering what to make. The theme for the show is Canada’s 150th birthday, and Northcott has generously donated a whack of red and white fabric to get things started off.
There’s no question – I want to create a special quilt, but making a decision on the design approach is holding me back!
My head is swimming with ideas! How will I be able to settle on just one … the right one? It has to be a design that I will a) enjoy working on for many months, b) allow me to use coordinating fabrics from my stash, and c) be symbolic in its own way to represent my Canadian experience (having lived in Canada all my life).
Shall I go modern or traditional? Or somewhere in between?
Lots of ideas here:
And of course on Pinterest (e.g., https://www.pinterest.com/cjshanny/red-and-white-quilts/).
And check out the winning sesquicentennial logo design. Could be adapted to quilt piecing, don’t you think?
Stay tuned …