I finished this challenge quilt quite awhile ago. I was waiting to see if I could get the courage to try some fabric painting. The courage never came. I practiced, but I couldn’t take the risk of ruining the quilt.
Sadly, I’m in Orlando for work and am going to miss the monthly meeting where we turn these in. 🙁 I dropped mine off with Jaime David of Patchwork Architect so she can take it to the meeting for me. Thanks, Jaime! I’m so sad I can’t see all of the quilts in person. Luckily, they will be displayed at the Machine Quilting Show in May.
The challenge was to make a wall quilt under 60″x60″ using only solid and solid-like fabric. Our inspiration was one of Wassily Kandinsky’s pieces of art. My inspiration piece was From Cool Depths
The idea for the quilt came to me almost immediately. I enjoyed piecing it and really enjoyed quilting it. I didn’t free motion at all. I turned a lot of corners! I posted twice about the process. The first post was after piecing before quilting. The second post was post-quilting pre-binding.