I've started a new project. It is well out of my comfort zone. The sewing part won't be that difficult. It's the color combinations. Sarah loves orange! I'm not an orange person. I prefer deep dark red. Here is a link to the tutorial for Sarah's quilt. We picked out different several fat quarters of oranges, yellows, and blues. I hope my quilt turns out as good as the picture above.
This is a quilt that I just finished for my brother, Sam and his wife, Miyuki. Miyuki is from Japan. Several months ago I called her and asked her what her favorite color was. I think the quilt turned out very nicely. I hope they like it. It has a heavy dark blue flannel backing which I found very soft and warm as I had the quilt spread out over me as I was finishing the binding.
When I fly out to Missouri this week, where they live, I will be taking it with me. I’ve stuffed it into a carryon bag. And unless Sam and Miyuki look at this blog they won’t know it’s coming.
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