When I started to sew the squares together, the back of the quilt top ended up having this cool pattern develop, so before I sandwiched it and it was lost forever here is the forever hidden pattern.
It looks cool with strips of colour along the seams, standing out against the white.
This quilt is for a friend of mine that I run with so I added a running shoe material as the borders.
I always add my own written labels to the back of my quilts with a quote and my name.
I used a flannel that I picked up in Beaver Bay when I was passing through the States, it has snowmen on it and it is so soft and warm, feels like good flannel not cheap flannel.
I get my husband to stand on a step ladder so I can take a picture, that is his job in the quilt making process.
When I tell him to smile for the camera, he is really smiling back there.
I took a quilt class through the Thunder Bay Quilt Guild called Oklahoma Backroads,
the class was geared towards a scrap quilt and so I was interested right away.
Of coarse I chose to do the largest option,
He is smiling back there.