This is another interleave style quilt. This was a design challenge to try out this style of piecing. It is magic to see the design develop as one pieces the strips. I can see that I did not square this up well so my binding is a bit wonky. Oh well! Next time I will do it better!
The concept of Interleave designs is fascinating to me, so I’ve been playing around with Interleave quilts. This is one of my first experiments with the quilt-as-you-go process of interleave design. It is magical to see the design unfold as it is sewn together. I learned a lot as I went along: The importance of stabilizing the foundation and batting (I use children’s washable school glue); the importance of marking sewing guide lines; the importance of positioning guides; the importance of many pins (It is hard to get the strips straight without a lot of pins to stabilize the seam). It was a fun learning process and I’m glad I decided to do this!