I'm late to join in this fun event, Park City Girl's Quilt Festival, but hopefully not too late. Shoot, I'm late for most everything so being late for this comes as no surprise to me!
Below is the quilt I've chosen to highlight in my first ever quilt show. I had so much fun looking through my quilt images. Choosing one was no easy task as so many of them carry special memories and meanings. But this one, made from scraps that I absolutely love, is certainly high on my list of favorite quilts ... so much so that I'm planning to make another, similar one, very soon.
The squares are randomly pieced over muslin and then finished with lots of decorative stitching. The border is done in the same manner, but in long strips instead of squares. The squares are set off by the white sashing.
The backside of the quilt is an orange checked fabric.
More about the quilt here.
Those of you enjoying the tour of the quilt festival ... relax, put your feet up, have a cup of tea (yes, you can eat and drink at this quilt show), and have a look around. I'm glad you're here and welcome you to come visit anytime!