I chose one panto, then another and then went back on Anne Bright's website and bought another one. I don't recall ever having this much trouble deciding on a panto. This fabric was playing games with me and so was the design. This is called Candy Land, but it was the shape of the leaves that sold me on it. They replicate the shape of the leaves in the fabric on the back.........almost!
The thread is King Tut #938, Luxorious for the top and a solid white King Tut for the backing.
The panto stitched out beautifully. I will say this when quilting. I don't mind a coloured thread on a piece of fabric like this, but I don't like a white fabric on a coloured fabric.
after a couple of nights of binding, it was done.
I wish I could decided whether to give it away or keep it. I'm thinking this could stay at the house for a while because I did so well with the quilting and the backing is almost perfect.
I used up all the fabric I had purchased for this quilt. Nothing but a bit of trim is left. Oh, don't I wish I could do that every time!
The main fabric for this quilt is called "From Bump -> Baby". It is a Moda fabric......one of my favourite companies -- and the designer is Gina Martin. You can click on her name and "meet the designer". I have no idea why it was designed for a baby. As an old adult I rather like it.
The green on the back is from STOF, another company's fabric that I like and I'm so thankful we are finding more and more of it in Canada.
This was posted on my "behind the scenes" postings. I thought you should all know about it. Things -- they are a-changing!
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