This quilt was finished just under 2 years, but it’s at my parents’ place so I only got photos after the fact. I took the quilt with me on the plane so I could do the binding during the flight. It’s seriously one of my favorite ways to pass the time on a plane. So rhythmic and methodical and productive. I pop on an audio book or some terrible TV series and just mellow out.
All the fabrics were picked up during a shop hop that my mom was visiting at. She knew she wanted a quilt to match the cream colored room in her house so at each shop we picked up a regular or fat quarter.
We cut them into 6 inch squares and then laid them out in a pleasingly random pattern. We decided to go with a brick pattern just to make the assembly a bit easier — no seams to match! And it worked out quite well.
I did free motion spiral quilting on the longarm and was quite pleased with how it turned out. These photos make me miss doing the longarm which I haven’t been able to get to during quarantine. At any rate, please with how it turned out and I’ve enjoyed seeing and using it when I’ve been at my parents’ place.