This is a fun quilt, eh? My good friend, Tracy, made this one. She took her inspiration for the pattern from Lee's Diamond Tread quilt. I just love Tracy's take on it!
And the back is just fantastic, too! She pieced it using every last scrap that she had. I'll be honest: I'm not sure which side I like best! Maybe we should just call it "reversible"? Sounds good.
Here we'll get in to some close-ups of the fabrics.
Tracy used a line by Moda called "2wenty Thr3e." I think the vintage cameras are really fun!
And below we have ticket stubs. A night at the theatre, anyone?
Below you can see the nice gray and cream dot that Tracy used for the binding.
Here is the back again. I love those two different grays! So modern, Tracy!
Ahh... it rolls up nicely, too.
It also drapes nicely over a park bench, in case you want to pose your new quilt in such a manner...
(We quilters do some silly things sometimes...)
This quilt was made with so much love for Charlotte and with so much hope for a generous bidder. Won't you help cure the kids by winning this quilt?
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Size: 52 x 62 inches
Made by: Tracy Minyard
Fabrics: 2wenty Thr3e by Moda and Kona Cotton Solids
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"Someone in your life needs a quilt, and someone in mine needs a cure."
Charlotte's gRACE for a Cure 2014 Quilt Auction to benefit the PBTF