I used Elizabeth's Winter Palette. Because I'm a winter! The solids were all from stash. If I didn't have the exact Kona colour I used one on either side of it on the Kona Colour Card. I did have to buy a bit more of Robert Kaufman Essex yarn-dyed linen blend in Steel for the background and I had plenty of the Kona Snow for the block accent fabric.
I really enjoyed sewing this pattern. The instructions were very good I made a point of slowing down and making sure that each border was measured perfectly before adding. It sure was nice to get to the end and not have to square it up hardly at all. It measures 80" x 80"
I started the free motion quilting in the centre block and then quilted each successive border in turn. That worked really well. It gave me lots of time to figure out what I would quilt in the next border. A ton of quilting and I was worried I would not get the usual crinkly, soft goodness that I love but it did not disappoint. After a turn in the washer and dryer I have a huggable, snuggable quilt for me.
I used Aurifil 40wt #2610 Light Blue Grey on top (except for white areas)
in the white areas I used Aurifil 40wt #2024 White
In the bobbin Aurifil 50wt #2615 Aluminum
On the back - "Fragile" by Zen Chic
Binding - Kona "Gotham Grey"
Hope you had time lately to finish up some projects. 😊