I do! And I love this quilt! Isn't the color scheme just beautiful? Composed of brown, beige, red, and pink, a truly yummy combination. And I'm so happy to use up some of the brown in my stash, because even though it's a needed stash color, it tends to sit and collect dust.
Following free form cutting techniques, this quilt was really quick and easy to put together, even though there were curved seams. I followed the instructions for Lattice in Sujata Shah's book, Cultural Fusion
enjoying her process very much. Free form cutting and fabric shuffling really make the quilts sing. The instructions are very clear and easy to follow, with helpful hints along the way. I'd call it stress free block construction!
I had so much fun making these blocks, that I whipped out 60 after deciding I liked the first 28. And by trimming the blocks bigger than the suggested size (I have a real problem with waste!), the quilt measures approximately 59" x 89".
Here are more closeups of the blocks and quilting, which had to be cherries!
The back is pieced--gasp!--since I normally don't do pieced backs.
But for this, I wanted to use up the fabric scraps and a piece in my stash. Just making room for more fabric!
Doesn't this make you want to eat some Chocolate Covered Cherries???
Linking up Fabric Frenzy Friday at Fort Worth Fabrics Studios