I just love her color combinations. This was a fun quilt for me to work on as I got to decide on designs in all the many areas.
In the gray that she used as a neutral to tie everything together, I did the sort of "wishbone" design throughout. In the rectangular squares, it was two inch continuous curves. Hard to tell, but in the outer border, I did a "wiggly" crosshatch following the design in the fabric--no measuring!!
Most of the small squares also had continuous curve, only on a one-inch grid.
I didn't want to hide these cool flowers behind a bunch of quilting, so I just outlined them. The added benefit here is the loft it gave them.
This is her pieced back. She has already figured out that she doesn't want a bunch of scraps lying about, so she puts them all in her backing. (My studio would be so much neater had I thought of this when I started quilting!)
This is some of the back quilting which shows the design I did in the black/white polka dot blocks. Its sort of a square/spiral.
Thanks for stopping by to have a look!