Sunday, March 11, 2012

I love you more than you know

"I love you more than you know" is what the code in this quilt translates to. I got the idea for a QR Code quilt because the Harvest Quilters' guild challenge this year is to make a bi-color quilt, as inspired by the "Infinite Variety: Three Centuries of Red and White Quilts" exhibit that many guild members attended last year.  The top is finished, and I'll be sandwiching and quilting it over the next week or so, so it's ready for the guild show at the end of the month.

Making this quilt required a lot of very meticulous work. I won't be making another one exactly like this again. However, I will be creating a fabric panel to incorporate into a larger quilt, because then I can make custom quilts that can be sold for a reasonable amount of money instead of what I would charge to part with this one.

The message in the quilt, I love you more than you know, is a lyric from a song I've been working on for a while now. I used my writing session recording as the soundtrack for this short video, showing the progress of making this quilt.


  1. Visiting via the Spoonflower site! Synchronicity indeed! Beautiful work.

    1. Thank you! I also heard on another blog that there was a mini QR code quilt at Houston last month :)

  2. Added a post to mt blog about your quilt: