This year I taught a version of a rail fence quilt, adapted from a quilt featured in American Patchwork and Quilting a few years ago. I saw it online and went from there. I try to use precuts in this class, so adapted it from 2"strips to 2-1/2" strips. It goes together fast and IMHO, makes a good-looking quilt. I called it Country Proud. Some of my students took my title for it as a patriotic statement and made it in RWB and they were great. Actually, every one of them turned out wonderful. Here is my version:
And here are some of the beginnings from the class. Finished ones can be viewed on the camp Face book page, Arrow Rock Quilt Camp. I apologize for the quality of some of the photos. I'm primarily a sewist, not a photographer.
Black, white, grey and red.
|Blue and yellow|
|Made from strip stash!|