Well sort of. I used my collection of Cherrywood fabrics instead of the Moda solids. My quilt is a bit mellower, although I tried to stay in the same color ways. This quilt took a long time to machine quilt, do I dare say that it took almost as long to piece it as to quilt it? The 36″ blocks and the 24″ ones are a challenge because each is, in its own way, a small quilt. I tried to make each block unique, using templates, stencils, rulers, marking pens and chalk. I used King Tut “Kanaan” (variegated light grey) on the top and bottom line in the bobbin. Just one layer of warm and natural white because I didn’t want it to weigh too much. I doubled up battings once and although it looked nice, it is too heavy to use as a bed cover. As promised here are a bunch of pictures.
Thanks for looking! I’m proud of this quilt, I feel like I accomplished what I set out to create, a sampler of my talent.
Linking up with Sara at Confessions of a Fabric Addict for Can I get a Whoop Whoop , Quilting Reader’s Garden WIPs be Gone , and Judy at Patch work times for Design Wall Monday . Maybe even Crazy Mom Quilts for Finish it up Friday.