The blocks were really fragile because of the triangles, I had to fight against the tendencies for the triangles to get mishapen. I don't think I'll make another triangle quilt for a long time although I love love this one.
I also forgot to say that I did a quilt sandwich rather than binding. I wanted the edges to be clean and I thought it'd be faster which it turned out to not be. Each of the strips were 1.5" so there was really a lot of piecing for a quilt that's only 42x48" so I thought that skipping traditional binding might be a small shortcut.
I named it this because the colors remind me of the painting not because it looks like it.
This is a triangle log cabin block done via paper piecing. It's my first dabble in value fabric placement although it's not that well done. I used up nearly all my blue scraps and had to swap with a friend for more dark blues.
It's a baby gift for my assistant. Hmm, any questions? Thanks for looking!
I forced a deadline on myself (before the engagement photo session) and that pushed me to work hard on finishing the top. I sent it off for the long arm quilting which was def the best way to get it finished without stress!