My finished Homespun Quilt out on a photo shoot against a dramatic sky. This quilt designed by @modernlymorgan was begun by me in a quilt-along, but it is a very fast quilt to piece, so I finished it long before the QAL was to end.
This is a great scrap buster, I gathered scraps to make a quilt fit for an adolescent boy. The last picture in this blog post shows off the warm, subtle colors of the quilt. The white background is a great contrast to the colorful fabrics. The stars in the design is a nice detail.
I like taking pictures outdoors in nice surroundings, and especially with my trustworthy quilt holder.
My Homespun quilt is 48" x 64", which is a size I very often make for a charity quilt. It is a good size for the oldest kids in the children's ward at my local hospital.
The quilting is wavy lines made with the walking foot. Backing is a charcoal gingham.
This is my third charity quilt for the year 2021, and number 67 all time for the children's ward at the hospital.
Keep on quilting!