Two-tone scrappy top using blue and white shirting fabrics
Both hand- and machine-stitched with mitered corners and Y-seams
Minimal damage - a few minor brown spots
76" x 82"
I have a weakness for the sixth top in the mystery bundle. I've seen this one called "X's and O'x" before, but this isn't made from cheater blocks. The solid blue squares are solid and not pieced.
The quilter who made this top hand-stitched y-seams to form the block sections. Imagine how careful she was when cutting these fabrics - all the lines even.
Here's a close-up of the back. Do you see them? The Y seams? I'm having a hard time wrapping my brain around how you'd put this together.
And look at the scrappyness! The eye tricks you until you look closer and see the different fabrics.
Need it a little longer? Just add a row! Not enough of a shirting? Piece it together. Nobody will notice that the lines in the fabrics don't match up. Make do!
And here you can see the mitered borders. Just lovely.
Oh, yes. This one is a keeper. Can you imagine it quilt with a thin, cotton batting and draped over your lap while reading a book?