I usually wash and dry the quilts after I photograph them, but I had such little time to finish this quilt that it had to be washed the evening before I could photograph it. So... unfortunately you can see the crinkle texture of the quilt, but not a whole lot else... Any suggestions on how to photograph a crinkly quilt?
Right after taking these photos, it went right into a box to be wrapped.
For the front of the quilt I used Kona Iron and Kona Pacific.
On the back I used a bit more Kona Iron and also some Lizzy House Constellations.
I had a hard time with this quilt. The pattern didn't suggest at all that any of the blocks might need to be squared up, so I didn't think about it. Since sewing this one together, the baby sized quilts for my friend's newborn twins have gone much smoother. I like the finished product, but it's not my favorite quilt to actually sew together.
I am happy to check this one off of the to-do list, though!
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