One of my artless photos ever... sometimes I just don't care.
I usually photograph my finished quilts in the kitchen, pinned to the back of the curtain that divides it from the dining room. The light today was terrible, so I slung the quilt across the settee instead. And because my knitting lives on the settee I threw that into the picture too to stop the quilt flopping forwards. It adds a touch of reality - I've been slightly under the weather and feel as though I have been living on the settee this week. It's my knitting zone, covered with balls of wool. It's a good job we haven't got a cat.
These are the same floral prints that I have used in the last few cradle quilts. I make them in batches, and ring the changes by using different combinations of fabric for the dividing strips, borders, binding and backing, so no two quilts are exactly alike.
This is the first time I have used this backing fabric. It is a very fresh blue, which goes equally well with blues and purplish tones, and manages to pick out the tiny blue flowers in the binding.
Quilting and Learning and I'm linking up!