I used a bunch of different fabric lines for this project - there's some Park Slope by Erin McMorris, lots of June Bug by Alexander Henry, some Soul Blossoms by Amy Butler, a little bit of Wild Garden by Dan Bennett, a Dandelion fabric from Flora & Fauna by Patty Young , my favorite pink stripe from Nicey Jane by Heather Bailey, and some Weekends by Erin McMorris as well. I really enjoy sewing this way, putting a bunch of random, disparate fabrics together and making them work harmoniously.
I quilted this quilt using a meandering stipple, my go-to quilting style, especially for large quilts like this one. I contemplated straight line quilting this one with random, slightly wonky lines, but I wasn't sure how it would look so I stuck with my old standby. I'm pleased with how the quilting really lets the fabrics and the block design shine.
I bound this quilt with a solid Kona Peony pink, opting to stay as simple as possible for the binding. I machine-bound this quilt, both front and back, and it came together quite beautifully.
Size: 60" x 75"
Fabrics: Park Slope by Erin McMorris, June Bug by Alexander Henry, Soul Blossoms by Amy Butler, Wild Garden by Dan Bennett, Flora & Fauna by Patty Young, Nicey Jane by Heather Bailey, Weekends by Erin McMorris, and Kona Peony for binding
Quilting: All-over meandering stipple in white thread