Quilt Finish: Anvil Remix, a study in cropping and scale / by Riane Menardi

I finished a quilt! A small one, but a small victory. Meet Anvil Remix. At it's heart, it's a big anvil block that I cut apart and rearranged (can you see it?). I also hacked off a bit on the bottom. The quilt is a study in cropping and scale, the topic I'm exploring this year in preparation for my QuiltCon 2017 lecture. I've written an article on the topic, and I'm really excited about the possibilities with this. 

This quilt went faster than usual for me ā€” it's a smaller quilt, it has loose-ish quilting (for now), and it features big blocks, which made piecing really fun.

I'm working on more iterations of this technique, so stay with me for more. And if you want to learn more about cropping and scale or how to make a quilt like this, I'm currently available for guild lectures and workshops! MQG guilds get 15% off. Email me if you're interested.

I also used sashiko to make this quilt! Can't stop, won't stop. I'm also teaching sashiko classes and giving lessons this year. Get in touch to learn more.

I also used sashiko to make this quilt! Can't stop, won't stop. I'm also teaching sashiko classes and giving lessons this year. Get in touch to learn more.