I sat down to finish one of my WIPs. It's a pretty recent WIP - I started to use up some batik scraps.
This quilt has some of my absolute favorite fabrics.
Each log cabin was meant to be pieced as a whole and then cut into four. Using scraps though, I often didn't have big enough pieces to do that. So I pieced each 6" blog individually so they don't all match - I actually like this about it.
Would you believe I don't like pink?
The only fabric I bought specifically for this quilt are the large white piece on the back (also inner border and binding), the dark piece (backing and a couple blocks) and the blue from the sashing and borders.
Quilted with straight lines using a green and pink variegated thread from Sulky (and my LQS).
I can't even lie, I've been carrying this around the house like Linus from the Peanuts. I took it up to my bedroom when I went to bed last night just so I could look at it again.
Currently, we are debating whether the front or the back is better. It's definitely one of my better pieced backs, asymmetric, colourful and it uses the big chunk of the light fabric which I kind of fell in love with in the matter of a few days (hours).
I don't know what it is, but I have a serious soft spot for batiks. You should see the ones Mom brought back from Hawai'i.
I wish this weren't so small. I have no idea what I'll do with it so maybe it'll just end up hanging on the wall in my quilting room. But first it'll go to the quilt retreat with me this weekend.