Really fun to use bright, bold fabric in a traditional block. So, I kept making blocks until I had enough to put together a small wall quilt.
The wall quilt is at a standstill until I make a decision on sashing. I am debating between Kona Orchid, a light purple or Kona Snow, an off white color. My daughter's room is being painted a medium purple on the main wall where the quilt will be displayed and light green on the other 3 walls. Her furniture is a cream color.
What is your vote?
Any fabric suggestions for a border?
If I can find a fabric with these colors in a medium to large print, I think it would really bring the quilt together nicely. I am linking this up to WIP over at Freshly Pieced.
Here is a new vintage bed sheet in my etsy shop today! This one is full of lovely pinks and peaches.
I have been on Pinterest for a couple months now and really enjoying all the ideas and pictures. But, my favorite part is having everything I fancy organized and saved for a later date. Click on this link to find my Vintage Sheet Love board which is full of ideas and tutorials for vintage bed sheets. I can't wait to make the Giant Vintage Star Quilt for my guest bed and some vintage ties for my little nephew.
Lastly, I leave you with some small Alpine strawberries handpicked by my daughter. They are growing all over my garden; they are so tiny that picking them takes some time. As you can see from my daughter's red fingers, she has already eaten quite a few.