So, this one was finished a while ago, but I'd failed to post details.
Obviously, I got the idea for this from the Film in the Fridge Converging Corners quilt. I just loved everything about that quilt, and thought it would be a great way to use scraps to make a vibrant baby quilt for a woman I work with.
The baby's gender was unknown so I did my best to remain true to the primary colors used in the inspiration. This was a bit of a stretch from me, as I hardly ever use red. I love how the red perks up this quilt - I think I may be sprinkling more of this around, going forward. It's a real personal growth moment for me! ;)
There's a lot of Denyse Schmidt fabric in here, including on the binding. I also used a lot of my repro scraps, many of which are very geometric (ie, less flower power) when you look closely.
This came together very quickly. I backed it with strip of patchworked leftovers from the front, run alongside an awesome yellow-on-green dot I got at Marden's for $3/yard. This dot was I previously used to back Lela's baby quilt. In hindsight, I should have gotten more of this yardage.
Things have been crazy here, preparing for our Boston Modern Quilt Guild exhibit at the Lowell Quilt Festival in mid-August. Lots of sleeves are being sewn, more to come on this soon...