I’ve finally gotten quilts photographed, which seems to not happen as often as necessary because either it’s raining or it’s too sunny out. I suppose while it’s always Quilt Season at my house, it’s not always Quilt Photography Season.
First, a smaller quilt inspired by a leftover Lorax panel:
Next up is my Gyleen Fitzgerald mystery quilt. My quilt is smaller than her finished size since I wanted to keep it to the right proportions for donation. It’s very bright and scrappy (a recurring theme for my donation quilts) and most especially PINK:
The back of this one uses the method I describe in episode 107 of The Stitch – taking a length of fabric and inserting a row of 10″ squares to made it wide enough:
And here’s the latest quilt inspired by the floral print in the larger blocks, with 3.5″ squares to frame them:
These three will make their way to new homes in the next month or so!