I’m bored with my usual quilt photo spots, so I brought my Liberty Tula Crosses with me to Yellow Dog Bread Company this morning. (If you’re anywhere near Raleigh, NC, I strongly recommend the sticky buns.)
I really like the thicker plusses/crosses quilts, and I found one in Tula Pink’s City Sampler book. I made several of these and didn’t have a clear plan as I put the finished blocks together. It’s a little small to be a baby quilt, but I think I’ll keep it and add it to the growing mini collection around here.
I wish I had a few more photos, but I need to sharpen my photo skills. I got a little flustered taking pictures in public. I plan to get out more with my quilts in the future, and I hope that nervousness will go away with a little practice!
Block Pattern: Tula Pink from City Sampler Quilt Blocks book
Fabric: Liberty Stile and Michael Miller Nit
Back: (not pictured) scraps of a batik, the number fabric from Ikea, and an unknown fabric
Binding: Liberty Stile
Linking with Amanda Jean at crazymomquilts.