For those who don't know, I attended International Quilt Market in Minneapolis last week and took photos of my quilt designs around to show to reps, pattern companies, book people, etc. I have a few very promising leads and have been asked to design a few things, but I can't reveal any information about those yet!
So without further ado, you'll remember the sneak peaks from this post and this one, here is my design "Euclid's Love" (working title) using fabrics from Amy Butler's Love collection (remember, you can click on the photo to make it bigger)...
I love the simplicity of this design... and actually, it may seem pretty simple, but there was a whole lotta math involved! The real impact of this quilt is the mix of prints from the Love collection with the subtle Kona Ash. This is not a design that would lend itself well to the use of wishy-washy fabrics! The Kona Ash centres would also lend themselves well to embroidery or decorative quilting.
Unfortunately, the only picture I have of the back right now is the one that can be seen in the second post I mentioned above (you know, the picture of me...asleep...on the back of the quilt). And if I get some good close ups soon I'll share those!
I am also entering this quilt into Amy's Blogger's Quilt Festival. I participated last year and it was lovely! Click on the button below to go to Amy's blog and check out all of the other wonderful entries; I'm getting in just under the wire!
If you missed them, please see my previous few posts about my adventures at Quilt Market; I'll also be back soon with another post about Market - this time I'll be talking more about the personal experience and what's it's really like to be there (and I'll be sharing some other pics from around Minneapolis).
And don't worry, I'll also share pictures of the other Market quilts I designed...but you'll just have to wait for those! Teehee!