You may recognize the fabric in this quilt that was used in Breagha's Surprise Quilt.
I had ordered 33 fat quarters of the "About Town" line from Connecting Threads because my daughter, Michelle, loved this fabric and wanted a quilt for herself. She also chose the tossed nine patch pattern that I used in making Breagha's Lollipop quilt.
So.....like the good mother I am......I made up this quilt for my darling daughter. Well,
as soon as I photographed the top and emailed it to her in Scotland, I KNEW she wasn't thrilled with it. It was quite simply, not her style. Bear in mind, my daughter chose the fabric and chose the pattern.
The kicker here is that I loved it and it's been quite some time since I've made a quilt for myself so before I even put the first stitch of handquilting in it, I knew it would probably be making it's home with me. I very wisely did not back it in flannel and used a cotton, lol.
Used a wonderful green for the binding....which compliments all the greens in this quilt.
A white cotton backing.
A test run on my bed!
A photo of the quilt sitting on the leather storage bench, where this quilt will be stashed until it needs pulling out for cold winter nights.
I have since ordered another 66 fat quarters of this fabric and have agreed to make Michelle a quilt again, only this time, it will be another quilt identical to Breagha's surprise quilt because that is really the quilt that Michelle wanted in the first place, lol.
I fear that if Michelle does not get the log cabin quilt, Breagha might lose hers. As it is, Michelle has "borrowed" Breagha's quilt and is using it on her own bed!!!!!!