I'm so thrilled to be participating in Amy's Blogger's Quilt Festival today. What a fun grouping of some amazing work. Be sure to click through and check out all the awesome quilts on there!
I'm sharing this quilt today:
I worked on it for months and months... because it kept getting put aside for other projects.
I made it for my bed. It's an oversized queen, measuring 84" by 94"
I came up with the block on my own, and there are about a zillion and a half HST's in there.
This is by far the most organized quilt I've ever made. Most have more of a wonky/improv feel to them.
But I enjoyed making it.
Here's the back. I put a piano key border on the top, so when the bed is made and the top is folded nicely over you see that.
I LOVE this large scale print on the back!
And then I pieced some leftovers into a corner just for fun. And because I ran out of the floral and naptime was almost over......
edited to add: Here's the fabrics used so no one has to squint:
The letters are Michael Miller's Word Search.
The dark newspapery one I have no idea, but if you know, please tell me. I'd love to have a bolt of it.
The lighter one is Moda Authentic which I added when I ran out of the newspapery one.
The music notes, I'm not sure.
Also the one with the shredded paper doesn't show well in pics, but it's fabulous in person!
The binding is Moda's Attitude Girls.
And the dark is a Moda dot (brown on black).
Then with some more leftovers I made these:
All of it was machine pieced on this:
Here it is, all set up together.
Thanks so much for stopping by the Wendy City!