House shaped hamsa quilt


I took the hamsa I cut out in the fusible appliqué class I taught, and put it in an appliquéd archway. I think I’m going to wait until it’s ready to be quilted before stitching anything down. In this photo I’m auditioning the other fabrics for this small quilt. I’m really pleased with the ombré fabric behind the hamsa. This quilt won’t be a square or rectangle. I’m planning to make it house shaped, with a pointy roof.


In the photo above I was experimenting with making a pointy roof. I decided not to do it this way, but to make it larger, and add an additional fuscia triangle for the roof.

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