Here’s the completed quilt top of my winter version of Season to Taste:

It measures 18½” x 55½”.

Season to Taste is a kaleidoscope quilt pattern I created in 2014 with the idea of making one wall hanging or table runner representing each of the four seasons. You’ve seen my spring, summer, and fall versions before on the pages of this blog. I’ll post a photo of all four when I get this last one quilted.

My winter version will be called Winterwood in a nod to one of my favorite songs, written by Don McLean. You may be more familiar with his blockbuster hit “American Pie” from the album of the same name. “Winterwood” is from the same album which was released in 1971. Oh my! That means it’s 50 years old this year.

In my next post I’ll explain my method of getting the narrow accent strips (they finish at ⅜”) on my triangles to line up just so:






This entry was posted in home dec, kaleidoscope quilts, table runner, update, wall hanging. Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to Winterwood

  1. Kristi says:

    Your wall hanging is coming along beautifully! I would love to find out how you sewed on the 3/8″ sashing and also how you matched the center seams so well. Those can be tricky! Thanks, Dawn!

  2. Vickie Rooks says:

    This version is stunning! Your work is so precise! Looking forward to learning how to make the accent strip line up!

  3. Diane says:

    Ahhhh, lovely block and lovely name!

Comments are closed.