I think that the best part of this quilt is the way the sashing strips on blocks make a lovely secondary pattern. The sashings are the same pattern as one I'm currently working on, so it gave me some ideas for when I set my quilt. Quilted with one of my favorites, Bapstist Fans.
The pattern is called puzzle box, and I've made it in a totally different looking fabric. Very fast, very easy, and very versatile. I love the leaves that we quilted in a multi-color thread, even though they don't show up too well from a distance. Makes me long for fall weather.
Diana added a pieced border to her version of the Belgian mystery. She said it was the first time she'd tried one, and I think it turned out great. We quilted it with a green thread that brought out the green in the borders.
Norma took Judy's beginning quilting class about 3 years ago, and finally brought me her top for quilting. It's a rail fence design, perfect for beginners. Norma chose an allover feather meander for the body of the quilt, and a seperate feather design in the outside border. Very lovely.
Lisa did it again, and made a really fun quilt! The prints are all from Kyle's Marketplace, very realistic looking fruites and vegetables. I love how it looks both from a distance, and close up. Quilted with leaves, seemed approp. considering the subject of the fabrics.