Rose Trellis is a quilt I finished back in 2008. I enjoyed piecing this scrap buster quilt and giving it to Miss P for Christmas. You can read the original post here. I have to say, my photography skills have improved a lot since then!
The blocks were string pieced from the center diagonal out to the corners. The center strip of each square is the same solid rose color fabric in similar widths but not exactly the same. They are cut slightly off parallel so they are wider on one end than the other which gives the quilt a high energy look. The finished blocks were squared with my 6 1/2 inch rotary cutting ruler. This technique is shown step by step in Every Last Piece.
Miss P still loves this quilt and spreads it across the foot of her bed for a splash of bright color in her room. We love to layer quilts on our beds in the winter. It can get a bit chilly in our old farm house.
She's sure grown a lot since I made it for her.
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