These photos were taken in a brief break from the rain we've had all morning. So, even though I envisioned a photo shoot in the woods with a camp chair and sleeping bag, I had to settle for quick photos taken in my backyard. Oh well!
The quilting, backing and binding have been the same on each quilt. I've been trying to use details like this to keep the set unified. It is quilted with stippling, and the backing is Kona Coal with a chambray stripe. The binding is Kona Rich Red. I love how the red binding just sets the whole thing off.
I think the Kona Biscuit sashing really makes the quilt feel more woodsy, as well as the pattern. It feels a little bit like a giant log cabin to me.
And, of course it has to get labeled (using my own method found HERE)! I have just one more of these to finish, and the last one will have a preppy/nautical vibe. I'm planning to do a plaid chevron quilt with navy and white thrown in.