|Photo Cred: Dave Flowers of Slim Fisher Studios|
The name came by accident, quite literally, from the accidental breaking of a piece of glass - yep antique glass to boot. It was a really thick clear bowl and when it hit the cold, tile covered concrete at the studio it broke into big chunky pieces with jagged edges. The edges caught the light and refracted it into angles. At that time, I had started piecing this quilt and had some of the blocks randomly pinned on my design wall. The angles of the block mimicked the jagged broken edges of the glass and the name was destiny! While I had some other names in mind, I decided to stick with Fractured.
|Photo Cred: Dave Flowers of Slim Fisher Studios; Model by Slim Fisher Studio|
The pattern for Fractured is available for pdf download on Craftsy . It's the type of quilt that every time you look at it, you see a different secondary pattern emerge. I would love to see your version of Fractured. Feel free to post a photo on my Masterpiece Quilting Facebook Page.