Woohoo! The Cross Tile quilt is all finished and the last thing to do is add a blog post before it can be forever ticked off my list.
Having a terribly lit, as well as small bedroom means you just can't get far enough away from the subject to fit it all into frame, but you'll get the idea.
These fabrics started life as a Designer Bundle of fat quarters from Stash Fabrics, curated by @misterdomestic. There were a lot of prints that I never would have chosen (those deer heads!), but obviously the bundle intrigued me enough to buy it! I love the challenge of finding a pattern to suit an eclectic mix of fabrics. Adding new fabrics from my LQS The Country Yard and some from stash, I made a between size quilt with a 5x5 setting from 25 fat quarters.
The Cross Tile pattern is by Emily Dennis from Quilty Love. I did a mix of walking foot, free motion with rulers, freehand free motion and big stitch hand quilting.
This is also the first quilt that I have hand stitched around the circumference to echo the binding. I really like it!
I love the somewhat retro vibe of this quilt and the way the pattern encourages each different fabric to shine.