I am starting to feel a little bit productive on the sewing front. It’s happened in random bits and pieces, but I’ve gradually been trying to finish UFO’s (UnFinished Objects) in particular. I’ve had a bunch of projects like this one that just needed borders or backs or bindings. I worked on this quilt top on and off since the beginning of the year. It’s always a good feeling to finally finish something, isn’t it? I’m typically guilty of starting 4 new things before I finish something I’ve already started.
For the back, I wanted to only pull from the stash, so I used my AGF remnants and any random gray solids that I had on hand.
This quilt is another quilt way out of my normal color palette comfort zone. I thoroughly enjoyed making this quilt again and love the outcome. I think the colors give the pattern a slightly newer, more current edge by using the gray for the background. For the dark gray I used Kona Charcoal. I have to admit I don’t know what the light gray is – just a solid I had on had that cooperated nicely with the Charcoal.