Meet the “Vintage Quilt Revival” Quilts: Geometric Slide
Oh happy day! Today I get to finally share a quilt with you from Vintage Quilt Revival! Hopefully you stopped over at Lee and Katie’s blogs this week to check out their first shares as well. Lee did a great job explaining the set up of the book too.
This quilt is called the Geometric Slide. It’s a great pattern for beginners and also uses a lot of negative space to showcase the design. I always thought it would be cool to see this with a bold focal print in place of the white, and have the neutral be the pieced areas. If someone ends up making one like that, I’d love to see it!
It’s so fun to now have the chance to show you these quilts that we designed two years ago. That’s pretty hard to believe, it’s a long time to keep things under wraps. Part of the book proposal process included having all the projects mocked up and writing sample chapters. (I’ll be sharing my quilt from my sample chapter later on).
I think this block also looks great with a scrappy background.
A little story about making this quilt (if you are squeamish don’t ready this). This was the last one I made before shipping all my quilts off to Interweave for the book. I remember being a bit stressed out, trying to get everything done. I woke up really early to start sewing, sat down at my machine…and promptly sewed right through my finger. First stitch of the day! My family was so freaked out they made me to get a tetanus shot. So that’s my story about how literally blood, sweat and tears went into writing this book.
I hope you enjoyed this first week of quilt sharing. Can’t wait to share another project with you next Friday!