The 1st Bob Warr quilt led to a second ,a third, and now a fourth, this time for a colleague's preschooler.
This little girl is in her "pink and pooahple" stage. I saved fat quarters for months and gathered more over a few more months and paired them with two lovely Asian fabrics from my collection.
pink and fresh green on a lot of white a couple of years ago.
Much of the quilting was done with a pale orchid thread. If I were to do it again, I would have quilted with slightly deeper purple on the lavender panels at the top and the bottom.
I designed a new curled feather for the borders and quilted it in a peony pink.
I still need to cut and attach the binding. I'm thinking I'll go with the same pink that is in the border.
I so enjoy the variations that this pattern promises. I need to write the pattern and a worksheet for planning measurements, but that will mostly likely not happen until the semester is over.
I have some more panels and blocks so I can make a few more variations.