One of the things I learned from Yoshiko Jinzenji's book is that simple shapes and simple piecing can create wonderful quilts. While I'm not close to her exquisite work with simple shapes, I do love creating that way. This quilt is all about placement of values. The dark in this quilt is Kona ash, which in many quilts acts as a light. It also has Kona pale flesh, a subtle gray/white stripe, Kona white and Kona snow which together create this subtle, low volume quilt.
quilts that I gave Angela to use for her book on machine quilting and it came back in the mail all quilted up. Genius again! I can't wait to get my hands on her book.
so much the same as this quilt...just different shapes.