Large Rock with humans for scale
Michael Heiser's Levitated Mass
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
It's my day to blog about SIZE.
The give-away is over. Jan B won.
Not two... but three precut packages of my latest Moda line
The Swag, arranged in relative size:
1 Candy-2-1/2" Squares
1 Charm Pack - 5" Squares
1 Layer Cake - 10" Squares
Here's my challenge block.
It's an odd pattern---looks modern rather than traditional,
mainly because it has 2-way symmetry rather than patchwork's
common 4-way symmetry.
Here's the link to the pattern instructions:
This link doesn't work. Sorry!!!
I made up a couple of 3" versions
I resisted my traditional inclination to make it a four-patch
or a flying goose.
Although this switcheroo is interesting.
I wanted to abandon traditional design and four-way symmetry.
I'd go with two colors.
Quilt from the mid-20th century.
On my separate Historical Modernism blog I've been discussing
scale and relative size in modern and antique quilts.
So I had some ideas.
A design I found on the web
How about this---a sketch from EQ7---
3" blocks inside a 24" block?
I decided I was thinking too hard.
Make some 3" blocks and one 6" block.
Humph. That's why I stick with
It will be fun to see what you do with it.
Here's a link to the complete schedule: