I must still be on a color craving kick, because my latest project has bucketloads.
This quilt top is made from a jelly roll of Amy Butler's Soul Blossoms, a handful of fat quarters
from the same line (the prints missing from the jelly roll), with Kona Coal cut into 1 1/2" strips for the solid.
As for the pattern - it is the same concept I used on the Love quilt I made last fall,
only instead of halving the jelly roll strips, I cut them into thirds. I mixed it up by adding
9 blocks instead of 1. Unquilted, it measures 65" square - pretty decent sized.
You may think it a little busy (I have thought it myself a time or two), but really, it just has soul.
A whole lotta soul.
I am also loving color on a softer scale.
Our nectarine tree is in bloom. It is my favorite flowering tree of the fruity variety.
And, this was the vista from my son's soccer game this week.
It finally feels like spring, and that is good for the soul.