|Original Quilt from our Collection|
Our 'Radical Rose' has been a popular pattern for us.
One of my favorite things is seeing the fabric selections, and how they add their own personal choices.
Since we published the pattern, a few blocks and one similar quilt have turned up. They appear to be "newer" and have the look of a "traced" pattern where the shapes and lines are thinker and less pronounced. We are proud of the accuracy of our pattern to the 19th century original in our collection.
We also include all of the detailed original quilting lines.
|Kelly's Dot Version|
Kelly at Pinkadot Quilts blog is using Dots! (Here).
You can read about her process, trying a new to her technique and some changes she might make.
She also has additional photos and steps on her Instagram feed - pinkadotquilts
She's aiming for a modern, yet traditional - I think she's nailed it.
Dots are a favorite of mine, I think Kelly has a winner with her project! Don't you?
|A Pair of Janet's Blocks|
Janet at Mrs Sew n' Sew blog (HERE)
Has her version of Radical Rose moving along nicely.
Janet, like me, rotates between projects - fun in variety for us.
She is making her blocks in scrappy fabrics, sticking to traditional red and green prints.
Another beautiful interpretation.
|My Kaffe Version|
The pattern also looks wonderful in fabrics like
This smaller version is also available in the pattern package.
I like how the border blocks create s secondary pattern.
I machine quilted this wall hanging and bring it to my workshops.
|Karen's Wool Version|
Karen, Log Cabin Quilter (HERE)
Made a table mat in wool.
It too is very popular, and I bring it to workshops.
She walks you through the appliqué method she used in the linked blog post. It gets RAVE responses when I show it.
She used the smaller of the two block sizes in the pattern. It has a finished edge and not quilting - a beauty!
I also have some blocks completed in indigo.
So rich, for this variation I left iff the floral arms - yes, make it your own!
Thank you for following along this 'Radical Rose' journey.
If you finished one, and would like it featured, please let me know - I would love to share your work.
If you have one started - We would love to share it as well!
Link to Pattern HERE
Link to Pattern Release post (HERE)
Have a great week!