Quilts From Winter, 2019 Part One of Three
I made three large quilts this winter and got them back from the machinist a couple of weeks ago and finished binding the last just a few days ago. Today we took pictures.
This first one is intended as a wedding gift to the son of a long-time friend. I confess that I don't really know the son well and I've never met his bride. But I hope they will like this quilt.
I didn't have a pattern. I saw a picture on line that I liked and right around that time I took a class at a shop where I bought FQ bundles of Tula's spots and stripes and knew they would be perfect for my intent. I dove into my bin of solids to help them out. The black is a mottle rather than a crisp Kona and it works nicely with the brights.
My machinist is very good. Here's a close-up: