I finished it last night, but wanted to wait until this morning to post, as I was struck with a great idea as to where to take an outside picture.
Two-Color Woven Quilt, and with the pinks and greens in this second dogwood inspired quilt, I knew I wanted to lay it on a lawn too. Her picture also inspired the final name for my quilt.
Angela Walters repeatedly said through the Dot to Dot Quilting class on Craftsy, and I tried very hard, fighting my perfectionist nature, to do just that. After all, it's not a show quilt, and it's only my 8th quilt on the Avanté.
Perky Purse quilt.
Wandering Clover" with a white Sulky rayon. After washing, both threads sunk into the quilt top quite nicely, but I do think having the one unifying meander in the white squares was the right design decision.
|Close-up of Wired Feather and Growing Sprouts|
stack 'n whack quilt in mind for this and I have enough left still that I might still do one...that or use it to start another scrap quilt, like Paula's Triangle Quilt Along at The Sassy Quilter.
The label, pieced again as an integral part of the backing. Sorry the lighting seems too bright here to read properly. You get the idea.