Ever since I made this quilt for my daughter,
I’ve wanted to make another one in the teal colorway. Most of the prints are from Momo’s It’s a Hoot! But I’ve also added a few other prints from my stash.
Staying true to my improv nature, I cut strips of fabric into random widths and pieced them into long rows, in an adapted coins pattern.
I’m working on parallel straight lines for the quilting. It’s a slow process, but worth it for the texture that comes from such close quilting. I’m hoping to have this one done soon.
For now, I’m linking to W.i.P. Wednesdays at Freshly Pieced.