This is probably my first real scrap quilt. I got this pattern from a folk art quilt book. They suggested using gold for the neutral to make the quilt more of a folk art quilt.
This is my back. I often use 10 inch squares of my scraps to make a back.
This is how it fit on my double bed.
I used scraps from my scrap pile. You can see I let every scrap in, even the dinosaur. I did try to put darks in the 5 position and lights in the 4 position.
I free motioned the quilting on the houses. I did use 2 dots in each heart to "aim" for in my quilting. I also used some straight lines to help me keep my roof lines straight.
Here it is on the back.
I use one of my heart stencils in the tree tops.
This shows you some of the variety in the 9 patches.
I threw a few brights in also. I think it gives the quilt life.
I used a stencil in the border. I love this quilting.
This is a better view of the heart border. This border was also pieced from scraps.
Another heart stencil for the corner squares.
And as always a label. It took me a while to post about this quilt. It is one of my favorites. I'm not sure I can part with it.