In my last post, I showed pictures of my Planetarium Quilt. Here's another version that features some bold contrast, but is overall more subdued color-wise.
The back features large areas of Kona Khaki and Kona Ash. The white sashing is Kona Snow. (If you look closely at the above photo, you can totally tell that I inadvertantly used two different dye lots of Snow. That's apparently what I get for piecing in the middle of the night!)
Fabricworm is, once again, offering a fabulous fat quarter bundle to one lucky commenter. Maybe it's just because I'm one of the weirdos looking forward to the approaching cold weather, but this group of fabrics makes me very happy about staying inside and quilting during the Fall and Winter!
I will also be giving away three signed copies of my book.
To enter, simply comment on this post prior to midnight Thursday, telling me what colors you're looking forward to working with this Fall.
This finished Planetarium Quilt is 68" x 68". The pattern uses charm squares to make the hourglass shapes. You can use precut squares or, as I did, cut your own. Please refer to this post for more on cutting your own charm squares.