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Group DescriptionHi everyone -
This Quiltalong involves smallish, improvisational blocks, and it's a great way to use up some of your scraps and bits that you can't seem to throw away! There is no one way or wrong way to construct your diamonds! S'all good...
Post your diamond blocks to this group as you go. How many do you think you'll make? Feel free to share an intro about yourself, your blog / links, questions, comments, etc.
There aren't any timelines or deadlines - go at your own pace. I plan to work on mine over the summer and see where I am around Sept. 1st.
For this Quiltalong, we are using the Lancaster Diamond Pattern by Ann Holte. You can purchase the pattern and acrylic template here: annholtequilting.com/Products.php
The pattern Ann created is based off of a sampler quilt made in Lancaster, PA around 1860. The diamonds in that pattern are created using a combination of scrap-piecing, composed patchwork, orphan blocks and unique applique.
Posts on the Daisy Janie blog:
Jan, Daisy Janie
info [at] daisyjanie [dot] com
- This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe