Another three person quilt....
She said the little blocks had a lot of problems with the misalignment of some of the little blocks, but she handled them well, and I'm thinking the recipient will find so many other things to look at and enjoy in this quilt that they won't notice anything that's less than perfect.
Ruth chose wonderful, refreshing fabrics to accompany the blocks.
One of the lovely things about this quilt is the backing of bubbles!
I really like this quilt, undoubtedly being influenced by the lack of water here. New Mexico's most famous lake is Elephant Butte, but we have other good sized lakes as well. Of course, I also know of a New Mexico lake that is smaller than the pond our neighbor Lester Pfister used for irrigating his hybrid seed corn in dry weather between El Paso and Gridley, Illinois. We are a state of diversity--and that means a few extremes as well!
I hope you get to enjoy some water this July.