I should probably just let this quilt speak for itself. It is such a beauty.
Anne used Tanya Whelan's "Dolce" line of fabric for this. Isn't it gorgeous?
Uh-oh... I think I photographed the birds upside down. Sorry, Anne. Anyhow, I just love the colors in these fabrics. They are so feminine without being too "girly," if you know what I mean.
I also love the play of florals and birds right alongside the modern geometric shapes and scallops. So hip!
The color gradient is so nice, too. I just love how Anne lined up those rows and set them on point!
Here are some more close up pictures of the lovely fabric.
Anne used this gray solid for the binding. It worked out so nicely.
For the quilting, Anne did an edge-to-edge meander, which you can see in the above picture.
It's almost a twin-size quilt. Just a tad short on the length. Maybe it'd be great for, say, a daybed? ;)
And here is the back of the quilt. Perfection.
Trust me: everyone who sees this quilt, loves it. I don't think I have to beg you to bid on it. It's a goner. So without further ado, please give generously to help cure the kids.
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Size: 60 x 77 inches
Made by: Anne Reinhart
Fabrics: "Dolce" by Tanya Whelan
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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