Julie Herman at JAYBIRD QUILTS, is getting married. Here is an excerpt from her blog:
“About our wedding quilt:A huppah is the canopy a Jewish couple stands under during the wedding ceremony. It can be a sheet, a family heirloom tapestry, or a quilt! It is held up by four poles and it symbolizes the home that we will build together.I am going to make a quilt for our huppah, naturally. It is going to be large and I need 222 small triangle blocks to make it. That’s where you come in.”
These are some of the Kona Solid colors she choose and Pink Chalk Fabrics put them in bundles. I ordered one and got the middle bundle. Their website was easy to use and the bundle came quickly. Great service at Pink Chalk Fabrics.
Here is the block I made. I used Suzanne Mcneil’s 10 minute block pattern and cut it down to the 6 inch triangle.
This is Julie’s plan for the Huppah. All the blank triangles will be filled with triangles blocks from all over the world. What a super fun thing to be a part of. I can’t wait to see a picture of the Huppah when it is finished.