This is my entry for Project Quilting Season 4, Challenge 2: My favorite color.
This quilt absolutely insists that it's name is Path to my Heart. I am not exactly sure that the drunkard's path is the best path to my heart.
My goals for Project Quilting this year are simple. First I want to finish a quilt for each challenge. Second, I want to use materials from my stash. Lastly, I want to work on technique. This quilt is complete, so I met my first goal. Everything in this quilt is from my stash. Second goal. Check! I intended to make this the traditional way and learn to sew curved seams. However... It was Wednesday night before I could get started and I just didn't feel I could finish. So, this drunkard's path was completed using the raw edge applique method.
The quilt is about 21 x 24 inches. The fabrics are all solid quilter's quality cotton. I think but am not positive they are Kona.
The obligatory arty picture of the binding. I am not sure this binding was the correct choice but a plain red or plain white did not seem to fit at all.
Ok another one. I was having fun taking pictures.
Here is a picture of the back of the quilt. You can see the quilting. It is a simple wave through the red blocks. I am particularly pleased with the even seams that I managed to mostly iron in the correct direction!
Be sure to check out all of the other great quilts at the flickr page.