“Wyoming Mountain Crossings” Quilt is Done

And is is so, so cute!

It just fits into the hallway, so I can get a good picture of it.

To remind, this quilt’s crosses and border are 99% Cotton+Steel/Ruby Star Society fabrics, and it is one of the last projects of the past three years now of cutting up these fabrics in my stash. The neutrals are more mixed with other fabric lines.

This pantograph is new to me, and it has such lovely texture. Plus it is swirly and girly, and this quilt is going to a great niece in Wyoming. The pantograph is “Lovely” by Denise Schillinger and is sold by Urban Elementz. This quilt is my 210th quilt.

The scrappy back has some really fun fabrics–which helped further clean out my fabric stash.

I was hoarding this fox print by Tula Pink and the one below which is Cotton+Steel.

The bright green below on the upper far right is not C+Steel, but all the rest of the blocks are.

Owls and ice cream cones and crosses–what I love about the C+Steel/Ruby Star Society is the sophisticated whimsy they create. And I like and appreciate their plain and neutral fabrics too.

AND, “Wyoming Stars,” meant for my Wyoming great nephew, went on the longarm yesterday and got basted. Two passes are done. I will do more today.

And the journey continues…


Author: louisaenright

I am passionate about whole, nutrient-dense foods, developing local markets, and strengthening communities.

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