Remember this quilt? I made a new one as a sample for a class I'm going to be teaching at Modern Domestic.
All of the fabric is from Bolt, which was nice enough to let me choose some fabric so they could make up some custom charm packs for students. (I don't have photos of the others, but there's a brown and orange version using Alexander Henry's 2D Zoo and a Magenta and Lime version using Michael Miller's Flora & Fauna.)
The prints are labeled on this Flickr photo.
I love this Alexander Henry Owl print. I'm so glad they put it out in this more subdued color palette. The teal and raisin are just fantastic with that warm gray background!
After trying a couple of other things (teal was too much blue, and raisin was just "off" somehow) I settled on black for the binding. I love the way it looks, but oh my does it pick up lint!
By the way, are you all ready to faint due to my use of straight-line quilting? I just quilted lines across the quilt, sort of wonkily, between 1/4 and 1/2 inch apart.
And here's the whole thing! Ready to go to it's new home at Modern Domestic.