I took some photos of it on our bed but then realised that the light would be better over the chair in the window. The colour of the fuchsia pink fleece I used on the back shows up much better over here.
As does the matching pink polka dot binding.
And the meandering lines I used for quilting.
I'd never attempted quilting like this before - I've always been a straight line kind of quilter - but I wanted to try this meandering line thing after seeing it on Freda's blog here. (I just noticed that that post was dated last July. Well, it took me long enough to get around to trying it, didn't it?)
I have to say that I had more fun quilting it than I thought I would. To be honest, I'd usually much rather do the patchwork bit of a quilt than the quilting bit but I did have fun trying this and I'll definitely do it again.
Joanna is away home with the quilt and is very pleased with it. I don't blame her! I kind of like it myself.
Block is the Great Granny Square as tutorialised by Lori at the Bee in my Bonnet blog here. (Tutorialised isn't a word? Well, it should be!! :oD)
Size: 149cm/58½" square.
Backed with polar fleece (from my stash) in a fab fuchsia pink colour.