Dots: Good Ideas and Bad
Laura Fisher sent some pictures of dot quilts so
I've collected some pictures from the dot files.
This one's polyester doubleknits---an excellent use of the medium.
Here are three from online auctions---all 20th century.
I saw this polka dot horse pattern and thought of a quilt
Karen Alexander showed on her blog.
Dots probably a bad idea.
Target practice is not something you want to allude to in a baby quilt.
Hot Dots from Laura's inventory
With embroidery, maybe early 20th century.
Cold dots-similar pattern
Odd Ball Quilt by
Emily Herrick for her Geared for Guys eBook
Stove Eye by Mary Atkins, Kalamazoo, 1970
in the collection of Michigan State University's Museum.
Mary Worrall's interpetation.
Dots the perfect solution for an empty spot in the composition.
More later, I've got to clean up. Sewing here this week.
Wish Busy Lizzy was coming by before the stitchers get here.
See some bad ideas for dots at this post: