Harmony - a hand-pieced quilt.
I chose to make one large block for this 28 inch square wall-hanging.
This is the third year I've participated in the Hand-pieced QALs sponsored by Patty at Elm Street Quilts and Kristin at Simple.Handmade.Everyday, and I've enjoyed each one! You can read about the first one, "Sand, Sea, and Sky" here and the second one, "Book Club," here. I've really enjoyed learning the art of hand-piecing and making each of these quilts!
Harmony started with this fat quarter bundle I found at Bernie's shop, Needle and Foot.
I used the top four fabrics plus an additional cream background fabric for the quilt top. The bottom fat quarter worked nicely for the binding.
The backing is pieced from the last bits of the top and a fun woodsy fabric also found at Bernie's shop.
It's hard to see the quilting design, but I used a couple different matching Aurifil threads to quilt around the green and red-orange areas, and a cream Gutterman to quilt straight lines radiating out from the center star in the background.
Sharing at the Grand Prize Link-up for the QAL at Elm Street Quilts.
Also at Confessions of a Fabric Addict for Whoop Whoop Friday
And at Kathy's Quilts for Slow Sunday Stitching.