I suggested a palette of dark blue, gold, light blue, warm reds, and creamy low volumes.
For the back, I used some much-loved coordinating half yards and fat quarters. I’d been holding on to many of those prints but couldn’t find the right project. When I had them together on the back it was easy to let them go from my stash – I thought they were too perfect together to hold any one of them back for a project that merely “might be.” I’m satisfied to see them there now.
I quilted straight-lines about 3/8″ apart in the sashing and perle cotton size 8 for the tying in the pieced blocks. I used the blue grid from Carolyn Friedlander’s Doe line which I
I still need to get a label on this, but when I do, I have two quilts ready to be mailed to Wrap them in Love, the charity that our circle supports. I’ll share the other quilt soon!
Linking to crazymomquilts.