I love how simple nine-patch blocks can be transformed into this amazing pattern. I think I could make this same quilt 20 times and not be sick of it!
Here it is with borders on. The colour is really more lavender than the photos show - I blame the flash not the photographer! Working all day kind of takes daylight/natural light out of the equation, I'm afraid.
I'll bind it in the white with lavender spots fabric, but I miscalculated and will have to go and buy a bit more fabric tomorrow!
I'm really happy with my piecing - it's not perfect, but it's the best I've done so far. I also did a pretty good job getting my seams 'talking' to each other, and not getting too many sewn under on the back. This is a big improvement for me! But I guess I shouldn't be too hard on myself - this is only my fourth practical sized quilt - all cot quilts...it might be time for me to upscale! Nah, I just need to make some progress on the single bed quilt I'm making for Romily :)
I'm going to get it sandwiched tomorrow night, and then we'll be heading south to Bendigo for Easter. Romily's very excited about the Easter Bunny visiting at granddad's place! We'll do an Easter egg hunt for her - so cute!
I'm taking my machine to Bendigo, so, with luck, I'll get the D9P quilted and bound :)
I've also done the design for my Spring 4 Seasons Quilt Swap. I'll get started on that when we get back from Bendigo.
HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE!!!