Kona Solids Hop - Day 1

Fractured Jewels - an improvisational quilt using solids
Today is the first day of the Kona Solids hop. You can see the link on the right sidebar with the words "Sunrise" and "Sunset." That's a hint on what my project will be on January 17, but that's all I'm saying.

I made the above quilt for a class proposal for the Original Sewing and Quilt Expo a few years ago. They didn't select it as the main project for my Improvisational Adventure class, but I always took it with me so I could show it to my students.

Tomorrow I'll share the quilt I designed for Windham Fabrics using this same design. They love it and so do I. Until then, take a visit to the Bloggers who are featuring their own Solids projects today:

January 7


  1. Very interesting quilt using solids. I will be following this Kona hop. Happy New Year...

  2. I'm not a love of Kona but your pattern is very intriguing. I might just try Kona the next time I shop.
    Joan in GA

  3. Interesting how you played the colors, thanks for sharing. I will be following this hop. Bound to be many intriguing quilts and such show off.

  4. I LOVE it! I'm saving that idea in my brain, and I'll collect more solids, now that I got a start with this hop. Thank you for your very kind words on my post. I appreciate it.

  5. That's a great looking quilt in the solids.


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