Turkey Tracks: A Modern Quilt

Turkey Tracks:  February 12, 2019

A Modern Quilt

Rebecca Hokkanen is one of our snow birds who winters in Florida.  She sent me this picture of a modern quilt, and I thought you all might like to see it as well.

Rebecca wrote “I attended an “Airing of the Quilts” in Venice. The quilts were all designed by members of the local modern quilt group.  This one brought you to my mind because of the use of the muted colors ( low value/low volume?).”

It’s a pretty quilt, don’t you think?  Cutting blocks with “sticks” is showing up more and more these days in modern quilts.

Thanks, Rebecca!

 

 

Author: louisaenright

I am passionate about whole, nutrient-dense foods, developing local markets, and strengthening communities.

3 thoughts on “Turkey Tracks: A Modern Quilt”

  1. Love love this quilt! Are you willing to sell the pattern? I think I could copy from the picture but would rather pay the designer for the pattern.

    1. Sorry, but one of our Maine snowbirds saw this quilt in a show in Florida and sent me the picture. I have no idea about the pattern situation. Nor, I expect, does my snowbird.

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