Wednesday, March 2, 2016


It's Throwback Thursday week again -- 2016 is really flying by!!  Be sure to check out Quarter Inch from the Edge for the monthly TBT event when we get to show quilts from our past.

This quilt, entitled World Without End, was made in 2004; and was included in two of my books, "Traditional Two-Block Quilts" and on the cover of "Terrific Two-Block Quilts".  It is 36"x 36".

When I made the quilt, I remember struggling with choosing a border fabric.  Then I saw this fabric.
The design of the fabric was a perfect size with some fussy cutting to help extend the block pattern into the border.  It was nothing like I imagined.  Sometimes, a fabric just finds the quilt!!!

I'm joining the following:
Quarter Inch from the Edge for Throwback Thursday
Confessions of a Fabric Addict for Can I Get a Whoop Whoop Friday
Crazy Mom Quilts for Finish it up Friday
A Quilted Passion for Whoomp There It Is! Saturday
Love Laugh Quilt for Monday Making
Cooking Up Quilts for Main Crush Monday 
Quilt Story for Fabric Tuesday


Jenn @ A Quarter Inch from the Edge said...

Something about this quilt reminds me of a native medicine wheel. I can't really say what exactly. Perhaps the colour palette. Thanks for linking up with Throwback Thursday @ A Quarter Inch from the Edge!

JanineMarie said...

Amazing how that border fit the quilt! I remember when there were lots of striped printed fabrics to make fussy-cut borders. It was challenging but fun to figure out how to use them. I liked the two-block quilts, too, and all of the secondary patterns that came out depending on what fabrics were used. Thanks for sharing!

Kate said...

It's a lovely quilt. I particularly enjoy looking at the fabrics and how the change over the years. Thank you for sharing.

Tish Stemple said...

I'm not sure you could have found a more perfect fabric for that border. I love how the blocks come together to give the appearance of a circular shape.

Vic in NH said...

Beautiful quilt!

Beth @ Cooking Up Quilts said...

The way those blocks spill into the borders looks really interesting - I love the effect it has! Thanks for linking to MCM. :)