Storm At Sea. Traditional, yes.
On the other hand, Pines & Curley have made a very elegant version with the same blocks called Ruby Sea and it looks completely different! It is featured in a new article on QuiltingHub.
Ruby Sea was designed by Pines & Curley in Electric Quilt for the Inklingo Love the Lines Contest in 2012 and the shapes were printed on fabric with Inklingo!
FREE ELECTRIC QUILT PROJECT FILE
Thanks to Pines & Curley, the article on QuiltingHub also includes a link to download the EQ project file.
Speaking of Electric Quilt . . .
There is a fabulous video celebrating 25 years since the introduction of EQ. Hint: Be sure to watch the whole thing.
Penny is one of my all-time quilting heroines. The contribution made by Electric Quilt in the past 25 years is priceless!
If you have Electric Quilt software, Storm At Sea block variations are in the Block Library, so they are ready to go.
Now I am sending you away:
- Storm At Sea Quilt Designs on QuiltingHub (free EQ project file)
- Electric Quilt Video
- Main Storm At Sea Page
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- Smart Shopper’s Idea Book
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