Earlier this year, the Modern Quilt Guild held a Michael Miller challenge. I love the juicy-ness of the stack of fabric the Philly Modern Guild handed out...those oranges get me every time! I really had no idea what to do with them, and then I saw what Katie Ringo (of Katie's Quilting Corner blog and podcast fame) was doing for her challenge and was totally inspired. Go check out her deconstructed Dresden. I love it and the quilting she's doing on it is amazing!
I went a little more traditional with my Dresden...
Quilter's Linen I had on hand. I used up my scraps for a scrappy binding, making good use of my little stack of fabrics.
Becky, who found the right stitch on my machine (it's stitch #4 on the Virtuosa 160). I was so thrilled! I couldn't believe that a machine that can do a gazillion stitches (at least!) couldn't do this one simple thing. As usual, it was operator error. o:)
I'm linking up to Randi's Show & Tell Tuesdays. She's showing a very beautiful quilt herself over there today!