Deb Rowden's copy (left) of an antique quilt from my collection
The orange zig-zag craze around here may be over but we
are still thinking diamonds.
Kathe Dougherty's copy of the antique quilt
The vintage orange zig-zag
Karla still has some rows to connect
My 18" x 20" mini
Some of us have a lot of 1-1/4" paper pieces left.
A little inspiration:
Ohio Amish from the Faith & Steven Brown Collection
Some of these are 45 degree diamonds and some 60 degree.
It doesn't really matter which you use---as long as you choose one or the other.
Connecticut project & the Quilt Index
Modifying a 1930s pattern. Threadneedle Street.
McLin Family, Washington County, Tennessee
From eBay seller gb-best
Janae Bissinger's Streamers
for McCall's Quilting
Paper Pattern by Mail - $8
If you want to buy a pattern for the Orange Zig-Zag click on the links to my Etsy shop.
PDF to print yourself - $5
It's a delightfully complex essay on a very simple quilt.