Working with a split-complementary scheme of red-violet, yellow, and green, there's more about my fabric choices on the post Split-Complimentary Work. Ultimately, there were equal numbers of blocks with each fabric group, arranged from lightest to darkest, starting in the upper left corner. In the picture above, that corner is in the lower left. In the picture below, it's on the top toward the right.
Here's another view from that light corner.
where you can see the different yellows and greens.
And a closeup, showing the quilting with a light lilac Glide thread with the Easy Peasy pantograph, available at
Urban Elementz and Digitech.
By the way, I had this quilt laid out on the living room floor, covered with a sheet, before I went to QuiltCon. My three rascally kitties thought that sheet was an excellent sliding surface. When I removed the sheet, this is what I found:
Eesh! Darn kitties! Well, at least they had fun!
Ultimately, this quilt will be donated to my guild's Community Quilts for one of the organizations we support. So now to finish Quilt #2, which is the Pinless Pinwheels quilt started at Road2CA with Kimberly Einmo. And because of all the HST's generated by Roundabout,
I'm holding a Think Outside The Box HST Challenge, starting March 3, 2016. More info coming next week!
Hope you'll join me!