The latest theme for the International Quilt Challenge Group has been 'Reflection' or any variation thereof. I last showed you it a couple of weeks ago when I was trying to decide how to quilt it. Since then I have got to grips with said quilting and the piece is now finished, having skidded past the deadline by 6 days (oops!).
Thank you for the advice I was given in my last post, it did help with the decision making. I decided not to add in any more 'field' boundaries in the hope that the quilting would make the brown lines less obvious. I think I've just about got away with it.
This detail shows the area towards the top. I made the 'field boundaries' towards the top darker to give the idea that they are in the distance. The binding was made from the same strips as are in the quilt.
My interpretation of 'Reflection' comes from reflecting on this area of Cornwall which is close to St Ives which is always in our thoughts when we are not there. The wallhanging is also going to serve as my entry for the Sue Ridgwell Challenge at the AGM of the Quilters Guild of the British Isles in April under the theme 'My World is Green'. I just need to add the sleeve and label. The dimensions are 24" x 24".