Naptime Quilter's quilt Along for a modern version of a rail fence. Cheryl has since given up naps and has started a Dining room Empire. I can't seem to locate the finished quilt but it was finished and gifted to my niece. I learned I don't like high contrast but I did enjoy the improvisational aspect of making it.
And sew began my journey to explore the fields that grow alongside the tracks. I wouldn't stay fenced in. I started sticking my neck through the fence so I could better see those wide, more open spaces.
bunk beds I again picked this easy approach. I just stitched in the ditch between strips. I think I'm ready to try some fancy MQing all over rather than fall into those ditches again though.
place mats and I expect these curves will show up on a larger quilt some day.
I'm not sure whether rail fences were influenced by the row idea or if strippy quilts played a part. Next week I'll do more stripping as I unravel the mystery of how I got where I am since I did jump those tracks! LOL
I'm linking this to Throwback Thursday on A Quarter Inch From the Edge.