Betty McNeill brought her finished William Morris quilt
to class the other day. Here are some detail shots.
She used a variety of William Morris reproduction prints
from her stash. For the frame around the center applique she used
a stripe from the Adelaide collection by Michele Hill, which provided
a strong contrast.
Most of the prints are from my various Moda collections.
Freda Smith machine quilted it.
It was too big to get a photo of the whole thing but
you can see it's an appliqued medallion in a large field of nine-patch patchwork.
For the central rectangle she used the above pattern for the
from Michele Hill's More William Morris Applique.
Betty used a machine-applique technique with raw-edged, fused fabrics stitched with a machine blanket stitch, as described in the book.
Read more about the book at the C&T Publishing site:
I thought it turned out rather nicely and I was glad to help.