This quilt is very special to me because it was my first pattern for Moda Bake Shop and it is the largest quilt that I have quilted on my machine to date!
The quilt blocks are all the same pattern, but put together two different ways to get the puzzle/maze effect between the white background and the main fabrics.
For the quilting, I did a chrysanthemum type motif where the center of each flower started with a swirl, and then I quilted layers of petals around the swirl. In the top picture, it almost looks like large pebbles but in the closer up pictures below, you can pick out the flowers.
For those of you visiting for the first time, I do actually have a "little bunny" named Clara that is my quilt inspector. She was heavily involved in the making of this quilt. We luckily did not have a repeat of the incident where she tried to steal a charm square out of my scrap bin.
(Thanks to my mom for helping me take a lot of these pictures!)
Name: Frame of Mind
Pattern: Frame of Mind (by me!) on Moda Bake Shop
Block Size: 12.5" finished
Quilt Size: 75 inches square
Fabrics Used: Good Karma by Stephanie Ryan
Quilting: Chrysanthemums done on home machine
BQF Category: Original Design
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