A Finish – S is for Snake
I don’t think I could really show this before, but now it is in print, this is my S is for Snake quilt!
It’s just baby quilt size and it’s in the current issue (27) of Quilt Now. It’s another quilt I put together using the Scan N Cut to cut out my Drunkard’s Path blocks. I really don’t like cutting these out and it saved me a lot of time!
I quilted bubbles around the snakes and I used my walking foot to sew ladders in the spacer blocks. I also free motioned matchsticks either side of the ladders.
Here it is in the magazine…
Size – 36″ x 50″
Number of blocks – 15 snakes
Time to make – About 12 hours with the quilting
Fabric – Green scraps plus a print from Tula Pink’s Chipper in the spacer blocks and Kona Natural.
Backing Fabric – £2 a yard green linen slub from Fabric Guild in the UK.
Binding Fabric – Alexia Abegg Hatbox for Cotton + Steel
Threads – Piecing with Aurifil 50 wt. Quilting with Wonderfil Decobob prewound bobbins (80 wt) and Isacord on top (40 wt).
Batting – 80/20 Hobbs Heirloom.
Quilting- Freehand walking foot ladders in spacer blocks with free motion matchstick quilting. Snake blocks have pebble quilting around the central motifs.