My Mum has been keeping herself busy making cuddly, shaggy quilts for her grandchildren.
One of the grandsons has claimed this one.
This quilt started life as a 'dog's breakfast' eclectic pack of eye-spy charm squares. On first seeing them, I wasn't sure how we could pull them together. There were whites, brights, muted country colours and everything in between.
But we surprised ourselves. We pulled out tone-on-tone prints from the stash, and bordered each charm square. We chose a pale green abstract print for the backing, and the whole thing came together quite nicely!
I employed my Boy to help me take these photos. He's 15. He loves to help his mother with quilt photography :)
The day was dull and blustery. We were having trouble getting a shot, with each gust of wind blowing the quilt every which way.
But then, genius that he is, Boy said, 'Mum, you realise that if we put the quilt on the other side of the gate, the wind would blow it flat" ...
Aaaah, much better. At least one of us was thinking! Thanks Boy ;)