I wanted to link up to the current Blogger's Quilt Festival because I have really enjoyed following it in the past. There's always so much inspiration to be had! (edited to add:) AND I want to link up to this wonderful mini quilt challenge hosted by Amy - go check out the wonderful eye candy!!
I haven't finished a (real) quilt in awhile. Just small projects. But a small quilt is still a quilt, isn't it? This is a tiny quilt that I made for The Post Sewing Summit Swap that's going on right now. I know I've been mentioning the Summit alot, but, well - it's the coolest thing I've done in awhile.
I have a cute little mini quilt to share. In this teeny plus quilt, I've tried to incorporate my partner's color and fabric likes with my love of geometry. The quilting sort of represents river rocks and little echoing waves of water. I'm not much of an improv quilter - I usually like to have a plan. This was fun though, it was nice to let go a little bit. I really like the juxtaposition of orthagonal geometry with wacky quilting, I think I'll try to explore that more.
So I let my 4 yr old 'borrow' my camera (it's a point and shoot) a week or 2 ago. I need 10 minutes of quiet, so I said - here go take some pictures. I haven't seen it since. I've really looked for it too. Damn kids :) OK, I've learned my lesson - 10 minutes of quiet isn't worth losing a camera. So I'll be doing all of my picture taking with my outdated iphone 3. Yuck, sorry for the horrible quality.