I love this quilt. For Thanksgiving we traveled to the Smoky Mountains and I don't often take photos of my quilts on location, but this time I did. For those who've been there, this was along the Cades Cove loop.
Every once in a while, a quilt block comes along that is fun to make and I whip through them. This was one of them.
I used this gold print from Art Gallery Fabrics, I think it's from April Rhodes, Arizona collection, for the binding.
I quilted it in this cross hatch pattern, which takes forever, but looks very cool when it's done. My lines are about 1.5 inches apart. I used the pattern of the snowball blocks as my guide, so I didn't have to mark anything. (Yay!)
backing came from my stash. Feathers and woodgrain.
Pattern: Cheerio by Camille Roskelley
Size: 64in X 75 in (after washing)
batting: warm and white cotton batting.
fabric: mostly stash, those feather are from Martha Negley and are pretty old, but a favorite!