yet her opinions are readily available via written and picture texts.
When I sent pictures of my Outlined Plus blocks, my sister responded,
Well, yes. They do look like that.
No, that is not my intent.
A few weeks later I sent a new picture, saying that I was thinking of giving up and throwing it in my Block Rejection Drawer.
the plus will be an X to look like Tic Tac Toe?
You could even applique some circles."
Can it be Tic Tac Toe without circles?
Frenzied texting and pictures for her design opinions ensued...
I like the light print.
If I had enough...
maybe narrow sashing?
I really don't have enough.
The dark border alone is best.
I like it!
Without mine, I never could have had this fun discussion with my far-away dear sister.
Making design decisions is one of the best parts of piecing quilts.
The help of a sister? Even better!
The pattern was created by Cheryl Brickey of Meadow Mist Designs.
My fabric collection choice was Mon Ami by Basic Grey,
purchased on Bainbridge Island, WA and in Albuquerque, NM.
My sister helped me with the naming:
Outlined Plus + Blocks Set On Point =Tic Tac Toe
52" x 68"