This is a larger version of my Honey pattern from Modern Patchwork. I called it Honey in Space because of the color scheme which reminds me of outer space and features a lot of Kona Pepper.
The negative space was created using hexagons with 5 block units made entirely from the negative space fabric and 1 block unit made from a dark blue print fabric. Additional negative space was created by using the negative space fabric as the coordinating solid in the dark blue hexagons.
I quilted this on my home machine using an allover pattern of meandering points. I used Aurifil 50 wt. in white so that the quilting wouldn't detract from the pure white and bright citrus and teal that I used in the piecing. The white quilting also created a kind of overlay that helps to tone down the Pepper background.
I was lucky enough to have several other quilts in the show. Here's Touch This Quilt. (Notice the sign that some jokester posted right next to it. Ha!)
Here's my Drip/Glam Garlands Mashup. (That fold was steamed out before the show opened!)
And here's the Marmalade Quilt/QuiltCon Giveaway quilt.
We're still waiting for photos of the entire show to be available on the new and improved MQG site, but they will be there soon!
Also, if you're interested in the Marmalade Quilt pattern, or any of the other pdf patterns in my shop, the sale continues through Sunday. Just enter MARMALADE at checkout to get 25% off your order of two or more patterns.