Because of this, it feels so decadent that I made this quilt just for me. A whole quilt that I dont have to share with my husband at night. Just the right size for one on the couch snuggled up watching tv. But also the right size for sharing. (If I want to). Filling out play forts. Picnics in the grass. (which my 3 year old and I were doing before I took the photo)
Made from Chicopee and Amy Butler dots charm packs, plus a handful of stashed prints and solids (mostly Denyse Schmidt from JoAnn's, but some random konas and stuff I stashed long ago and have forgotten...)
But, my favorite part is the "back" of the quilt.
Made exclusively from my scrap bins, I went with a super improv design. If anyone ever doubts the value of crafting as therapy...just come talk to me. I started this just before a stressful time, and this was the only way I could stay sane. Somehow, being able to just create and not worry about color, pattern or layout was a super stress-reliever.
Quilted with a quick and easy cross hatch, bound in kona eggplant and a print from hope valley, this quilt is done!