I love the Blogger's Quilt Festival at Amy's Creative Side! It's a fun show and tell of beautiful quilts. Plus I usually find lots of new blogs I want to read, and quilts I want to make!
For this time around, I decided to share my Madrona Road challenge quilt in the quilt photographer category. I am by no means a great photographer, but the colors in the quilt were really set off by the sky in these pictures.
I am still so in love with this quilt! I made it thinking I would give it to my niece, but I already started her another one :)
This quilt was made with Oh, Fransson's Sparkle Punch pattern, although I scaled the blocks down a little. I used Madrona Road prints, as well as some Kona, Cotton Couture, and Grunge. It measures about 40" x 50". I stitched it with Aurifil thread in light gray, and quilted it myself with straight lines.
For the back I used In Color Order's Giant Vintage Star pattern.
Photographing it in the Kansas wind was a challenge - here's one of the blooper shots!
This was a fun quilt to make. Hope you enjoyed it too!