Inspired by my Dad, photography, sailboats, modern quilts and Cherri House!
A mix of Moda Bella solids.
A scrappy binding.
Growing up my Dad would take us down to watch the sailboats race on Wednesday nights. The colors of the sails and the sea would magically change as the sun set. The sails would dance across the water puffing and gliding with the wind. This quilt is for my Dad, who loves blue, taught me the difference between isosceles and scalene triangles and loves photography as much as I do.
I love it!! I love your color placement, just gorgeous!!!ReplyDelete
this is beautiful. i love the colors and the name is so perfect.ReplyDelete
Lucky Dad! The quilt is lovely & the photo inspiration is wonderful too.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous quilt! My husband would just love it...ReplyDelete
it's beautiful Adrianne. xReplyDelete
It's gorgeous! I think the colors are perfect. Love your inspiration. Adore that scrappy binding too.ReplyDelete
I won't tell him! This is a beautiful post Adrianne!ReplyDelete
Very cool quilt! I like the scrappy binding. Is this for the modern quilt guild challenge with the photo inspired quilt?ReplyDelete
Striking. Love it!!ReplyDelete
A very manly quilt too I would say, it definitely reminds me of the sea!ReplyDelete
Dads are so precious to us girls-ya know? :)
Adrianne, I love it! And I love the dedication.ReplyDelete
I love it! Great colors, too!!ReplyDelete
Great quilt with a lovely story and photo behind it.ReplyDelete
That is gorgeous Adrianne! I love it...an your Dad will too I'm sure!ReplyDelete
Love it! What colors did you use?ReplyDelete
Hi Kayla, I used Bella Solids in Golden Wheat, 30s Yellow, Baby Yellow, Parchment, Snow, Sea, Coastal, Marine, Teal and Green. You can see the mood board I created here: http://www.talkaboutfabric.com/forum/mood-boards/120-sea-palette.htmlReplyDelete