This quilt is also my personal backlash against white sashing. Yes, I love it and I've used it plenty, but I was getting a little tired of seeing wonky log cabins sashed in white. So I switched it up and made the squares plain white. Some of these are plain Kona cotton, and the rest are whatever white on whites I had laying around to make 12.5 inch squares. One of them, you can see, photographs quite yellow but it isn't that way in person. The greens are all from scraps and stash.
The quilting process I've already told you about. It uses a lot of thread and I did have some needle sizing issues. But I am thrilled with the way it turned out and the quilt has a wonderful drape despite being so heavily quilted.
This is the back. I took some more scraps and essentially made a runner. The rest of it is some Katie Jump Rope that I found on sale. That fabric is so soft that it makes a lovely backing. What I didn't think of was that the softness would more or less be lost with all the quilting. Oh well, it still feels good.
The label will eventually go here, but I print mine and I need to wait until I have another finished quilt so I can print two labels on one sheet.
And now, let the vacation begin.