A recent comment on an older blog post showing the Anvil Quilt Block inspired me to revisit the Electric Quilt project file.
I tried one of my variation blocks in a straight set design.
What if I set plain blocks in the corners?
What if I moved the color around just a bit?
How about I try the block on point?
And move the color just a bit.
Of course, one could try lots more by switching up the color/value altogether. That’s what makes design so much fun!
Anvil Quilt Block Part 1
Anvil Quilt Block Part 2
After a vacation, and a bout of congestion, I have finally played with on point settings using the Good Luck quilt block.
If you are looking for the straight set inspiration, click here.
The following design shows how the Good Luck quilt block looks set side-by-side in an on point setting.
Still on point, but with some rotation:
Not a fan, yet, but still experimenting.
What if I add more value?
Color and contrast can make a considerable impact.
I’m seeing pinwheels!
Still the same block; still set on point:
I might change the border, but I am liking the last two designs. How about you?