Sorry, they are bad pictures. Sometimes it just turns out that way.
First, here’s the Deegie Face quilt top finished and hung up, but on a day so sunny (and me so rushed for time) that it’s even hard to see:
And here it is with the photo that inspired it:
It’s off to the long arm quilter this weekend. I chose a soft flannel for the backing, and I think I’ll see if the quilt shop has a heavier batting than I usually use. I just imagine this quilt being super cuddly, like Deegie.
My next quilt is for a baby boy in our family. I’m using some of the browns leftover from Deegie’s quilt along with some brights I already had and some scraps from the Healing Quilt. I threw in a little plot twist, just for fun.
Percy noticed it right away.
Okay, I’m not usually a fan of pixellated quilts, but that cat face is fantastic! Great work!
Thank you, Sarah! :)
I want/need to see a good photo of that pixelated quilt, because I need to see ALL of it’s amazingness. And do not get me started on your wonky stars. Your color play is fabulous.
I’ll throw in a picture as soon as I can, and I’m so glad you like it! (I adore your use of colors and choices of pattern — I’m always left thinking I have so much to learn, but in a good way!) I should have the Deegie quilt back in two or three weeks, which is a fast turnaround for my quilt shop.
I am so excited to see it. I will check back in because I am dying to see more.