I love how this quilt has turned out. I started with this panel which I really don't think is very attractive. It's too saturated with orange and red and I don't think the blue and green plaid improves it any.
I still haven't figured out what the crop in the spring section is supposed to be. Definitely not spring in the Midwest.
I purchased the panel because I wanted the tractors, they look exactly like my father's old JD 6/20.
I thought about how to finish this panel for years, it came together very nicely.
I used 2" strips pulled from the 2" strip box to make the log cabin blocks.
I took this picture of a corner because I wanted you to see the lovely stripe used for the binding.
When I saw this fabric at the store, I bought it immediately, I knew it would be perfect for this quilt!
The fabric on the back is a neutral beige/brown.
An overall medium/large stippling was used for the quilting. This quilt is going to be gifted to a 12 year old boy. No fancy custom quilting necessary.
Link to post about the quilt.
Linking to To Do Tuesday, Midweek Makers, Wednesday Wait Loss, Clever Chameleon, Put Your Foot Down, Needle & Thread Thursday, Oh Scrap