Japanese Quilt

I thought it was time for more craft. Above is an image of the quilt I am making with my Japanese Fabrics. I’ve based the quilt on a suduko puzzle. That is, I have nine different fabrics and I have used a Suduko puzzle to determine the nine patch layout. I allocated each fabric a number between 1 to 9 and then used a completed suduko as the guide for the fabric placement.

I’m going to use one of the fabrics for the sashing and the remaining 8 fabrics for the squares in the sashing.

The image above shows part of a row with the sashing pinned on – the numbers pinned to the middle are the block numbers so I can make sure I get the blocks in the right places.

On a completely different topic – there is a fabulous post about Georgette Heyer here.

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