A-B-C Challenge Sashed

A-B-C Ready to Sash
A-B-C Ready to Sash

You will be pleased to know that the sashing drama is over. The quilt top is double sashed.

“Double sashed” means that I have sashed each block and then added sashing between the blocks.

A-B-C Sashing Complete
A-B-C Sashing Complete

I did not chunk this quilt and I am partially sorry I didn’t.

One of the benefits of chunking is that all of your sashing lines line up. When you put a quilt together in rows, it is possible that your sashing lines will be off from row to row.

I did not sash, because I didn’t want to have the checkerboard problem I had earlier this year with the inside border for  FOTY 2011, which was that the white looked weird because it didn’t line up problem. I wanted to have really long pieces of sashing so that there would be as unbroken a line as possible.

At this point I am not sure it would have mattered. I am pleased with the red and white dot fabric I used. I think it is inspiring me to have a Year of the Dot in 2013. We’ll have to see if I can figure out what that means.

A-B-C Sashing in process
A-B-C Sashing in process

Next step is to figure out what else I need to do for the borders. I worked on different things last weekend, but didn’t come up with anything that excited me. If I had more of the Sevenberry red dot, I would put a thin line of the grey around the edge and then a fatter strip for the border. I don’t want to go hunting for more fabric. I’ll find something I have to make it work.

Author: Jaye

Quiltmaker who enjoys writing and frozen chocolate covered bananas.

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