Here's my completed quilt! I'm delighted! I did some out-of -the-ditch quilting and whimsical free motion in the centers of each block (the animals left their prints on the quilt!). There are more photos of the quilting detail on my blog http://sleepingdogquilts.blogspot.com/2014/05/tula-pinks-fox-field-craftsy-mystery.html. Thanks Tula Pink for a great project!! This was a lot of fun!
http://sleepingdogquilts.blogspot.com/2014/05/tula-pinks-fox-field-craftsy-mystery.html Heard the link in my post isn't working. It goes to the blog but not the post. Here it is again. Hopefully this one will work better!
I tried going to your blog from the link below but I get page does not exist.
Hi Andrea, Sorry, didn't see your post until today. You're correct, the permalink looks correct but was corrupted somehow. Thanks for letting me know. I've re-posted it as a reply to my original post. I tried it and it works. Here is is for you. http://sleepingdogquilts.blogspot.com/2014/05/tula-pinks-fox-field-craftsy-mystery.html
Nice job...so nice to see a completed quilt and especially the way you made it your own with the allover blocks. I am ready to sandwich and quilt. I purchased the gray version of the setting triangle fabric and really like the way it looks. This is a "happy" quilt.
I think getting the grey fabric for the setting triangles was a great idea. Please post a photo when you've finished it!
Love love love the rabbit tracks used in your quilting! Your quilt make me smile.
Thanks! They made me smile too! :-)
Do you have a picture where the grey was used?? Thanks in advance!
Another participate in this workshop is doing that. She hasn't posted a photo yet. This fabric line has a cream trellis design which also comes in grey and teal. She purchased the grey trellis fabric and said she planned to use it in the quilt where you see the cream triangles in the sample Tula posted. Hope that helps.