What's on the Design Wall

What’s On the Design Wall: “Scraphenge”

This post is a follow up to my previous post What’s On The Design Wall: Stonehenge Scrappy Freeform Log Cabin, where I was using the freeform/improvisational log cabin block piecing technique – “log jamming” – to create a scrap quilt from my Northcott Fabrics Stonehenge line scraps.

I completed all the blocks and was deciding on a layout.

The layout I came up with was one in which the blocks set in other colors besides the cream Stonehenge fabric, were set in the center of the quilt (except for 4 I saved to use as cornerstones).

I decided to name the piece “Scraphenge” since it was made from Stonehenge fabric line scraps!

It is not a very large quilt, it measures 55 inches tall by 48 inches wide (139 cm by 122 cm).

Right now I am trying to decide whether to quilt it myself or send it to a long arm quilter. However for now I am just going to leave it up on the design wall as I have other projects in queue I want to work on (smile).

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  1. so when it is on the design wall it is not fully quilted? It is just the cover part with all the fun work you did? If that is the case – I would send it to the quilter and get on with another project ?

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    1. I just pieced the fabric together and I have not made it into a “quilt sandwich” with the pieced quilt top, batting and a backing. I have to create that sandwich whether or not I send it to the long arm quilting to stitch all the layers together and “quilt” it. I might “quilt” it myself on my domestic machine, just got to decide if I want to maneuver all those layers (pinned down/together) through my machine or pay someone else to do it πŸ™‚

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