Upon receiving this fabric last year as part of the Michael Miller Challenge I had an idea instantly and got right to work. However, that idea did not pan out so well. The original idea was something like a garden path and the blocks would be stepping stones. Before I ripped the pieces apart if looked more like a drunken stumble path.
It was awful and not at all what I had envisioned. The pile of fabrics was set aside for a bit to let me come up with a new design.
I have some triangle scraps that I was sorting through and the idea hit, let’s make triangles and keep it simple. I grabbed some Kona Charcoal and white to add to the top and bottom.
The triangles were cut and randomly pieced together. There are four rows of the pieced triangles. Do you my goofs? Some of the triangles aren’t going the correct way. It adds character right?
For quilting I went with gray lines in the Kona Charcoal. With the triangles, I wanted more color so some lines are orange, aqua, green, yellow, gray, and white. You can see the colors in the picture above.
The backing is a leftover piece of a large sheet I had in my stash. Binding is just scraps that were left over machine sewn all around.
Having finally finished this quilt, I forgot to share. Seems like a good time. I’m tired of seeing so much snow and already thinking spring. Consider me all caught up on challenges now.