I have always been a fan of darker, more muted colors. So when I started quilting I found something surprising: I really like pink. And not just the sweet, soft pinks, but the bright, crazy pinks. So for no particular reason I decided the other day that I needed to make a pink quilt.
I decided to make a hexagon quilt because they are fun and they are fairly quick and it's not a shape that I work with very often. And other than squares, it seems to be the shape that I most closely associate with quilts.
|Quilt held by my sister-in-law, thanks Denise!|
I quilted it with an "organic" grid again. It isn't precise or perfect looking, but I love the feel it gives to the finished quilt.
My color inspiration came from this great Sarah Jane quilt. That bunny is too cute.
The binding fabric is a new favorite: Kona Punch.
Finished size: 40" x 49"
Binding: Kona Punch (available here)
Batting: Quilter's Dream Cotton Select
This quilt is now listed in my Etsy shop.