Do you have a favorite basic fabric? There are a ton of basics out there, but I love a fabric that isn't distracting and that comes in colors that work for a variety of projects.
For a long time mine was Lizzy House's Pearl Bracelets. Then I moved onto the Cotton + Steel Add it Up prints. I still love both of these, but I have a new love: Ruby Star Society's Speckled.
They are soft, gorgeous, work well in a variety of projects, and I love that they incorporate a lot of color without being distracting.
They also work well on their own, which is great. When I designed my Delilah Pattern earlier this year, this was actually the first version that I mocked up. I love the sweet colors and how well they complement each other.
It has been a little while since I posted a new quilt on the blog. That's not because I haven't been sewing, but with all of the coronavirus craziness going on in the world, I just felt really stuck. Making this quilt was such a healing process and I finally got the energy to photograph it so I could share it with you.
The Delilah Quilt Pattern works really well for showing off your fabrics and it is also quick (and easier than it looks) to put together.
How are you guys all holding up with all of the craziness going on? It has been nice to have Instagram to have a little social interaction. If you aren't already following me, I have been trying to post pretty regularly in my feed and in my stories.
If you would like to make your own version of the Delilah Quilt Pattern, you can find the PDF or paper versions of the pattern in my shop.