The 12 blocks of the 2014 Aurifil Designer of the Month are now assembled to a quilt together with 8 grey blocks, some of these with a little winter design. It is quilted with wavy lines using the walking foot; a lot less time consuming than my Modern Maple.
My January goal for A Lovely Year of Finishes is thereby accomplished with this quilt.
I did the photo shoot on a little playground close to my home. A clear winter day helps showing off the blocks of the 12 different designers. I used the same block setting as I did for my 2013 Aurifil quilt. This year I didn't have a clear color scheme, though: this is a scrappy quilt; I just grabbed the fabrics I felt was right each month when the design was published.
The quilt measures 51" x 65" before wash; a good sized quilt for a teenager. The quilt will be donated to the children's ward at my local hospital next month. This completes my 8th charity quilt for the hospital. I hope the quilt will bring good comfort to a child/teenager that needs it.
This is also my first finish in the 2015 Finish-Along for the first quarter of the year.
Here is the link to my original goal post: 2015 Q1 Goals .
Keep on quilting!