|Original Pattern - Hero's Homecoming by Janice Averill|
|Version# 2 by Donna|
Donna Hanna from Pennsylvania made this red, black and white version of this pattern. She made a layout of 6 blocks across and 8 blocks down. Isn't it amazing how the quilts look so different?
|Version #3 by Julie|
Julie Huffman from Idaho made this awesome version of the same pattern with blue, pink, yellow and green. She called it Dogwoods in Bloom and the layout is 4 blocks across and 6 down.
|Version #4 also by Julie|
And then Julie even made a second variation of the same design is red, white and blue for a veteran's organization.This layout is 6 blocks across and 8 blocks down.
|Version #5 by Emily|
Emily Klaczak from Pittsburgh made a wonderfully creative version called Hampton Court inspired by Henry the 8th. She used jewel tones in her quilt. This layout is a square with 6 blocks across and 6 down.
|Version #6 by me|
And as I posted on Friday, I made my Kansas Troubles version from the same pattern. I made a square quilt using 8 blocks by 8 blocks.
Isn't it amazing to see them all together and notice how each quilt appears so different depending on the use of colour and value?!? Yet another reason to totally love quilting!