Quilt Design A Day 18


So I’m gonna come clean, I’ve been sneakily skipping a pattern here and there for the last month or so. I entered a bunch of designs into the QuiltCon Design Challenge and they couldn’t be published, so I kept them off the blog.

I just learned that I didn’t win (bummer!), but that means I can share them! So here’s the make-up edition of Quilt Design A Day.

Transitions –Β A study in transitions and the passing of time, something which fascinates me.

 

Foreground and background – I love playing with the juxtaposition of foreground and background elements. I’ve also been wanting to work with quatrefoil designs for a while, so was excited that this seed presented me the opportunity.

 

Alien writing – Yep, this is where the alien language thing started, and it would take a month before I got into the alien flora series!

 

Wallpaper – I was inspired by the palette of one image and the image of the other, so I did a cross-over. I was going for the look of a lattice with flowers, and ended up here.

 

Massachusetts church – I designed this while I was in Boston for my best friend’s wedding. One of the things that really struck me about New England was all the cute little churches. So I made a quilt design based on one.

The otherΒ designsΒ I entered are from date ranges I haven’t covered yet, so I’ll just display them as usual. I can’t wait for them to announce the winning design, I’m sure it’s amazing!

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18 thoughts on “Quilt Design A Day

    • anne Post author

      Thank you! I was a little bummed initially but I got over it pretty fast. :) I can’t wait to see the winning design, though! πŸ˜€ Probabbbblllyyy the winner put more than 15 minutes into the design. πŸ˜‰
      The setting hues one is one of my favorites! I was really happy with how that came out. :)

    • anne Post author

      Thanks Vera! πŸ˜€ I’m sure if I keep entering I’ll eventually win something. That’s how it works, right? πŸ˜‰

    • anne Post author

      Thanks so much, Brenda! :) I can’t wait to show you all what I’ve been designing lately, I finally feel like I’m starting to figure out my “style”. :)

    • anne Post author

      Ooh I’m glad you entered! πŸ˜€ (Although I’m sad you didn’t win either…) I can’t wait to see the winning design! I’m sure it’s going to be amazing. :)

    • anne Post author

      Thanks Karen! I’m glad I entered! I won’t lie, I was initially pretty bummed, but I got over it pretty quickly. It just means these designs are available for other opportunities. πŸ˜€

    • anne Post author

      Thanks Jayne! That first design with the houses is one of my long-standing favorites. :) And next time, I’m totally winning. πŸ˜‰

    • anne Post author

      Thanks so much! I hope I have time sometime this year to make that one. It’s one of my favorites I’ve done. πŸ˜€

    • anne Post author

      Thanks so much!! πŸ˜€ I might convert the design into a mini-size and give it a go. It’s definitely in my “make” pile! :)

  • kelly o!

    Gotta say,I’m so proud of you for pushing yourself and doing something that makes most people nervous.

    I really enjoy your design seed/qdad series Anne. Looking forward to seeing more, and even making some!

    • anne Post author

      Thanks so much, Kelly! πŸ˜€ I figured I’d either get something from it or remain the same, there was no downside to entering. :) Now I just need to talk myself into entering an actual quilt show. Maybe I can just not read the judge comments and it will be fine. πŸ˜‰