I'm excited to show you my latest finish! Last Friday, I showed you the spiral quilting on my quilt, Blush. Today, I'll can show you it all finished!
I added quilting in the white borders around the 4 patch blocks, in the sashing between the blocks, more quilting in the white borders and in the ditch of the piano keys.
The quilting in the border corners of the 4-patch blocks reminds me of arrowheads. Sometimes I get stuck on how to turn the corners when quilting. Do you feel this way too?
The quilting in the sashing are flowers that mimic the flowers in the fabric.
I quilted flying geese in the borders and also a rope. Lots of different elements.
The fabric line is Blush by Basic Grey and it was the first fabric bundle I purchased way back when I was a fairly new quilter. The background is Kona White, I think the inner border is Kona Bahama Blue, and the binding is Kona Chocolate.
The back was pieced using all the remaining fabric from the line and a few coordinating pieces from my stash.
The quilt finishes at approx. 51" x 61".
It sure does feel good to have another finish before school starts!
I'm linking up to Linky Tuesday at Freemotion by the River, To Do Tuesday at Stitch All Things, Color Inspiration Tuesday at Clever Chameleon Quilting, and MCM at Cooking Up Quilts.