I’ve recently started another quilting project. I’m making the White Labyrinth quilt by Zen Chic.
As I mentioned in my post about my favorite quilt designers, I’ve been looking forward to making this quilt for a while, and I’m really glad to be getting the chance to do it.
The materials list actually calls for a cream solid and a sand solid – but I thought I’d get really bored piecing that. So, instead I’m using a red and orange with neutral accents.
Moda Seasonal Little Gatherings Primitive Muslin in Dark Red
Moda Seasonal Little Gatherings Primitive Muslin in Rust
Assorted neutral fat quarters from my LQS. Yes, I only need fat eighths, but I hated to make her cut them for me.
I cut strips of the red and orange fabric in the varying widths, and started with the A+ blocks, cutting the strips to the lengths I need. I finished the A+ blocks last night. Now on to the A- blocks, B+ and B- blocks.