The RSC color for June is pink but I sewed pink blocks for Modern Amish in May so for June I pieced red blocks.
I've said before I'm not good at BOM's, I get impatient and want to get the quilt into the flimsy stage, so I did!
I love it! He measures 60" by 85" at this point.
I had 4 background fabrics, light gray, medium gray, dark gray and black. I pieced more blocks than I needed. All of the blocks with the darker background fabric were used but not the blocks with the light gray background, they just made the quilt too light.
The original pattern, called Sound Check, comes from McCalls Quilting, March/April 2014 magazine and was designed by John Kubiniec.
I know the skill level says beginner, but sometimes it's fun to do an easy quilt! I've been wanting to make this quilt every since I saw the pattern 6 years ago. It's time has come in 2020.
I took these pictures with the early morning light, before the sun was up. It's so nice to see bright sunlight again. Last winter lasted way too long.
Since it was early in the morning, I disturbed the bull in the pasture to the south of the house.
He had to do his bellow, paw the ground and make the dust fly, then he posed nicely for a side shot.
Linking to Peacock Party, Confessions of a Fabric Addict, TGIFF!, Brag About Your Beauties, Finished Or Not Friday, Scrap Happy Saturday, Oh Scrap