pair of ice dyed quilts
I think the main reason my projects don't find there way here is that I just don't stop and take pictures like I used to. In May, I made a fabric basket for a friend's birthday. The pattern was from Anna's book, Handmade Style. I was so happy with how it turned out that I snapped a quick pic with my phone and delivered it right away. Later, I thought I would write a little post about it and then realized that all I had to share was this. One lonely photo. With this in mind, I took some time to photograph a couple of quilts I made last fall.
I could make log cabin quilts for days. This one is a baby size quilt made from one giant log cabin block.
One half is a light weight chambray, the other half is a split of ice dyed cottons in greens and purples.
The back is a print with indigo stripes on a off-white background.
The pattern for this quilt is Vast from Jeni's book, Patchwork Essentials: The Half-Square Triangle.
It's made with some of my favorite ice dyed cottons and a mid-weight chambray. The back is a gold and black print.
I think this quilt looks brilliant with all the lichen on the wall.