Happy Monday, dear Friends! I hope my American friends had a lovely Thanksgiving weekend. We enjoyed our Thanksgiving with friends this year. Miss Baby was responsible for the place cards on our table.
“Wendy Sheppard’s Greeting Cards topper can be turned into a whirligig quilt just be substituting spring florals and pastels.”
Interestingly, several of you left comments along the same thought on my post about Greeting Cards:
“Love the quilt. It is an inspiration for a collection of sports fabrics for three grandsons…”
“Wendy, this quilt is absolutely stunning!! I love the Christmas colors but could even imagine this in Fall colors.”
I love that quilting has versatility built into it, in that should a quilter can easily modify and improvise on a quilt pattern and come up with something totally over the top original, or a quilter can just follow the pattern exactly and replicate the quilt!
So, my question for you is if you were to make a quilt based on my Greeting Cards design, would you be #1, a replicator, or #2, a modifier and improviser? If you would be the latter, curious mind would love to hear your ideas, even if it is just a different fabric theme. [Note: you are welcome to be an armchair quilter even if you don’t quilt! ;o)]
I would love to hear of any stories you might have regarding versatility in quilting!
Thanks for stopping by! Have a lovely week ahead!