NGAQB2 – Molli

NGAQB2 – Molli



So onto Quilt #2 in our little band of brothers quilt bee.  Below is the center that came to me from Nick. Molli’s center came to him with just the elaborately paper-pieced unicorn.  I don’t think I took any closeups.  But you can see it up close here. Nick added all of the fanciful curvy bits. Both of which are pretty darn incredible.




Well, I really wasn’t sure, but I my first thought when I saw it was that Nick’s additions looked liked a faraway castle — in a Dream Perspective sort of way. So, I figured a castle needed  a tiny village.




More figurative than actual, this is what the “village” ended up looking like.




I was wrapping this up during the holidays, and I had these sparkly scraps of Silver Canvas. So they became an improv “eversparkle” forest of sorts.




Now I had added the stars and castle turrets before the above, but I didn’t get a progress shot of that. So here’s a bit of slow reveal.




And now here’s the whole kit and caboodle that I sent to David.




Overall, I was very pleased with how it came out. The trees do look a little like rocket ships. And I wish I had taken some closeups of the stars. They were fun and interesting to make, but very time consuming. This project was very freeing for me in the improv sense. I think it helped a bit to distract me from the loss of my mother in September. A little bit anyway.


I need to get back to the studio now. Actually, today I have to work on my sales taxes for Washington State first and then back to the studio. This quilt top is almost ready to show you, and I have been starting on doing my version of the blocks that will be appearing in The Splendid Sampler project starting February. I will post more about that project soon as well. Plus I have John’s and Christopher’s centers here for our Round Robin as well to work on. Plus many “heart” projects for February. No end in sight!


Keep Sewing, Keep Happy,




  • Rose


    Love your additions to this. It’s looking great! 🙂

    January 28, 2016 at 11:04 pm
  • Great job Scott. I love what you added!!

    February 1, 2016 at 1:30 pm

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