It is finished! I can go to bed! *snores*
This was my ALYOF March project. I had this sitting around as a WIP since I started quilting (which
was middle of summer last year).
I found the pattern in the American Quilter in the May 2012 edition that I saw at my local fabric store. It was in a pile of free back issues and I thought, "That is so awesome! I can do that! After all if is just a log cabin..."
Oh, how I didn't know what I was getting into!
First of all, this lovely pattern is called
"The Labyrinth of St. Omer"
(pretty awesome name, huh?)
She made hers out of her hand dyed fabric to make it look more graduated so the colors flowed one into the other. I made mine scrappy!
I did put a butterfly in the center block. You have to help Ms. Butterfly out of the maze! LOL.
I am going to give this to my friend for her birthday. She is quadriplegic and I think that she will get great amusement following the maze to the end. It is roughly 60 X 60 so not quite big enough for a bed quilt but for a lap quilt for when she is in her wheelchair, or to hang on the wall of her bedroom.
Linking up with:
Just under the wire!
Also cutting it close to the end!
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