And here is my entry: the last quilt I finished so far, my Improved Ninepatch. Ok, I showed it here on my blog before, but at least I took new outdoor photos:
It was a bit windy, but I love the look of the quilt together with the beautiful lilac.
I started this quilt 9 or 10 years ago. Parts of it traveled with me to several holiday trips, and so it grew slowly but surely, completely sewn by hand. Then the finished top waited in my cupboard for 2 or 3 years. And last fall I finally took it out, basted it and during the winter quilted it by hand using a pattern of circles in different sizes.
I love 1930s quilts, they are my favorites, and I love the reproduction prints and am very glad that there are so many of them available. I collect them for more than 10 years now. In this quilt I used some of my favorite repro fabrics, together with a few original feedsacks.
And here I have some lilacs just for you all, enjoy the Quilt Festival and all the beautiful quilts!
And for you, Amy, for giving us all the opportunity to come together in this event. Thank you!