Here's is the quilt that I kept talking about...I love this quilt, I think it is so fun! It's totally the fruit stripe gum quilt to me; do you think the Wrigley corporation will come after me for calling it that? Hope not. Can you think of a better name? I'm open to all suggestions.
A few things about this quilt
- Again, these blocks are sewn on to non-fusible/non-woven interfacing. Can you imagine trying to deal with all of those bias edges?
- I used a flip and sew method to create the blocks
- What unites the block? The use of the same color family throughout the block. You can use quite a bit of leeway in this, just make sure they are in the same family.
- What unites the quilt? The consistent use of white throughout. All kinds of whites, many white on white scraps were used.
See that yellow stripe right above, with the bunny? That is a leftover from my son's baby quilt I made before he was born. Five quilts down in my One Mountain, Ten Quilts project; five more to go...I hope you are enjoying this adventure. It's been fun sharing these quilts with you!