I've made a little progress on my Farmer's Wife quilt in the last few days.
I now have the inside assembled with sashing, cornerstones and setting triangles.
Many have asked what color I was going to use for the setting triangles.
I decided on another Kona solid, opting for a lighter blue.
Because I had a piece large enough in my stash, and I liked how the colors played together.
*remember, one of my goals in making this quilt was to use fabric only from my stash :)
This really has been a scrappy quilt, using somewhat the same process our grandmothers used when they made quilts.
I didn't have clear idea of how the finished quilt would look when I started.
I just jumped in, started making blocks with left over scraps and hoped it would all come together in the end.
I like this quilt even MORE now that the inside is complete .
Next, I will be auditioning some fabrics for the outer border.
I still have enough of the darker blue originally used for the sashing.
What do you think?