I know it has been forever since I updated and there is a LOT to update, but I'll get to all of that another day. For now, I am just over the moon excited to finally be sharing something again!
Way back in June 2012, I made this quilt for my sweet friend Sujay, who lives all the way across the world in Pune, India. I was so excited to get it mailed off to him. The USPS told me they didn't know how long it would take to arrive so we waited... and waited... and waited... and unfortunately, we are still waiting.
After about 4 or 5 months it became apparent that quilt was never going to arrive, so I got to work on another one. I finished the top at least 2 years ago now. This is made from all scraps, with each square of strings sewn on to muslin to avoid a billion seams on the back when I pieced the squares together. I eyeballed the placement of the dark blue strips through the diagonal of each square and worked my way out from there.
After the top was finished, I got it sandwiched quickly... but it took another year before I finished the FMQ and the binding. There is sat forever (again) while I procrastinated on making the quilt tag. (Below is not the best photo, but you'll get the idea. Part of my absence from blogging has been photo challenges but I've decided to go with the "something is better than nothing" approach from now on.")
In January I finally got it mailed to him (and it arrived! yay!). Cost about 2 weeks' salary to do so, but totally worth it. Of course I forgot to measure it before I packed it up, but I think it's around 48" x 60" (each block is 12" square).
No photos of the back, but it's a plain blue. Definitely not as gray as it looks in the photo of the quilt tag.
Very happy to have this one done and safely in India. Finally!
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~ Kat ~