My son: “You know mom, the wall in your grandson’s room would look really good with a quilt hanging on it”.
How could I ignore a hint like that.
So my new grandson got a late Christmas present-a reversible quilt wall hanging for that empty wall in his room. The front of the quilt combines elements from three different Elizabeth Hartman quilt patterns. I had to fudge the dimensions on a few blocks to make it all fit together, but in the end it all worked out.
Though the quilt has a scrappy look to it, I did buy specific fabrics since I was trying to coordinate with the blue and grey colors of my grandson’s nursery. The good part is that I now have plenty of scraps left over for another quilt or two.
As with all my quilts, the back of this one also has a pattern which makes it reversible. The Allie Owl pattern is also an Elizabeth Hartman quilt design.
As usual, the wonderful longarm quilting was done by my friend Cindy Carey of North Star Longarm Quilting. A big thanks to her for fitting this in per my schedule.
I photographed the quilt in the wintery blue, grey and white setting at Jordanelle State Park near Park City, UT.
Thanks for visiting.