Here's another view of this one :
I'd still like to raise the design wall so I can see it better over the Tin Lizzie frame. See the plants in the corner? Now that the holidays are here and furniture is slightly re-arranged to accommodate trees, the indoor plants are stuffed around my quilting spaces. I'm glad it's not this way year round, but for a month or so, I think it will work.
The second teal quilt came from an outdated decorator fabric book which was donated to Project Linus. Since the prints are large scale, I decided to go with a large block design. These fabrics are differing in their weight - some are like quilting cottons, some a heavier, but none are really thick like upholstery fabrics.
Each block is just 3 fabrics. I did my best to leave as little waste as possible when I came up with these dimensions. Right now, the blocks aren't joined, but they'll go together quickly. I think a fleece backing with no batting will work well for this one. Project Linus needs quilts for teens and I this one will be plenty large enough for a teen. In fact, one of my teens thinks the modern designs look neat and the quilt will be well received. She seems to like most of what I make, which is very sweet, don't you think?
If this same idea was done with purples, I'd have a hard time convincing her it's for Linus.