Scrap Quilty progress

The scrap quilt started here has moved on a touch, and I can’t decide whether to make it stained glass style with clover bias or plain, with non-matching seams undisguised (because the strips are of varying widths): Annette's table topper assembled  or with the bias – not yet fixed.    There will be a narrow borderAnnette's table-topper with black bias

What do you think – with or without?

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24 Responses to Scrap Quilty progress

  1. I know nothing about quilting, but I love the stained glass idea.

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  2. restlessjo says:

    Tricky! The top look is softer but the bias kind of ‘pulls it together’? Probably no. 2 🙂

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  3. I prefer the top one, my eye was allowed to meander across freely appreciating the flow of the individual squares. 😀

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  4. Both are beautiful but I’d say my preference is with the majority–the second one. Love the colors…so calming to me.

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  5. barbara says:

    It’s pretty either way, but I like the window pane effect the strips give. That dark makes the colors seem even livelier. (love that rust-orange batik)

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  6. tialys says:

    I think the one with the bias strips is my favourite too. It has a look of a stained glass window about it.

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  7. Rosemary Bimson says:

    I like the one with the bias strips. I find it more pleasing to the eye😊

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  8. Misky says:

    I like the look of the lower photo.

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  9. katechiconi says:

    I prefer the one with the bias strips. To my eye, it is more ‘bien arrangée’, perhaps like its future owner…?

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  10. I think I prefer the one with the bias sashing. it makes it look like window panes

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  11. I vote for the un-biased one. I like how the lines of the blocks interact with each other. The strips distract me from the pattern. I think the better question is, what would your friend prefer?

    Either way, it’s a good looking quilt.

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  12. I like the bottom one better, visually. More work I know but adds dimension. Just my 2 cents worth. I love it any way you finish it. Just lovely.

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  13. quiltify says:

    What a great scrappy quilt! I like the black bias a little more, but I have this blackish faze going on just now… If you know who is receiving the quilt, their personality might give you the answer?

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  14. 1sojournal says:

    I like both but the second one better and have no idea why, lol…
    Elizabeth

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  15. Mlissabeth says:

    I am not a quilter, but I like the top photo. That is my “un-biased” opinion. Pun intended. 😄

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