And it has a solid... probably not a Kona though. I've been into them since before they were cool!
I went pretty minimal on the quilting. It would definitely benefit from some more! I guess I hadn't learned the "no space larger than your fist" rule yet.
And let's just look away from that machine binding. Yikes. This is why I started doing it by hand.... oh the wonkiness. Not trendy... just poor construction.Well before the blog, when I finished a quilt, it got entered into my quilt records. Trust me to have archival materials to support my post...
Title: Bali Twist
Completed: April 2001
Size: 38 by 38 inches
Fabrics Used: Bali Fat Quarter collection ordered from Keepsake Quilting, my first ever mail order fabric purchase and my first balis!Konas Used: likely none.... but there is a solid that looks rather like Kona Copen
Quilting: Straight line using white thread
Binding: Machine stitched (badly ☺), bali print
Backing: Same solid that appears in the quilt top
Favourite Part(s): Bringing this one out of the vault and thinking about the adventures it has been on!
What do you think? Most of us have quilts hanging out in our collections that were never blogged about. I've been quilting for something like 17 years (Yikes!) and only blogging for 3. Would you jump on the TBT bandwagon? I smell a new link-up...