So much for not spending money in February.
This is called New Moon and I love it! It was designed by Anne Bright and her link is with the name of the pantograph.
No idea why it called out to me, but it did. Once I bought it I had to get it into the machine and stitch it out, so I picked up my Shania Sunga "Nunavut" jelly roll and put it together. People didn't believe me when I said it was Nunavut, so I googled it and found the line at the Jelly Roll Shop in Chilliwack, BC. While I was on that site I decided to order the binding. Heck if you are spending money, you may as well go for it in a big way.
I gave a big sigh and headed upstairs. After supper I went back down, turned everything on and lo and behold, I finished the quilt.
Yes, this is definitely a donation. I'm not buying anymore jelly rolls for this style of quilt. I'm just not happy with the outcome. If you join pieces together you can't get the design to match and some designs are off kilter. It's just not my cup of tea.
But here it is -- all done -- back and front. I'm thinking outside the box with the backing. I thought it looked like moons in places and planets in others. I also liked the colours of this fabric.
Or maybe its the rocks up in Nunavut.
There are also a couple of close ups of the front and back at the bottom.
and after two nights of hand stitching the binding is on