Pantogram Samples

I haven’t posted in quite a while because time flies when you’re having fun.  Right?  Actually, I am having fun, but I have no excuse.  I will try to do better.  So to start, I thought I would make a short post of my latest endeavor:

IMG_2952I have been making pantogram samples for the designs I have in my possession so my customers will have a better idea of how they will look on their quilts.  The above pile consists of the sample blocks, unbound.

IMG_2974The samples were great for further machine binding practice for my quilts.  You can never have too much practice.  Here are the names of the designs, left to right, top to bottom:

Lightly Flowered by Anne Bright

Leaf and Scroll by Keryn Emmerson (although I call this the whale’s tail)

Double Dutch by Anne Bright

Aviary by Anne Bright

The more dense the design is, the more the design costs per square inch.

Of course, this list will expand.  If a customer wants a pantogram design, I will obtain and quilt whichever design a customer chooses.   However, these are the patterns used so far.

Happy quilting.

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