We're supposed to get a lot of rain over the next few days. A lot - maybe some flash flooding in low-lying areas.
I hurried to finish this small baby quilt so I could take some outdoor photos, but the wind didn't cooperate yesterday and the sun was bright. For what they're worth, here are the pics:
Framed Nine Patch in sun light
F9P with a little help from the wind
The wind was just too much so I gave up. This morning I thought I'd try again. It's not actually raining, but it's very damp, so I put down plastic to protect the quilt from dampness and dirt on my deck. It's grey and cloudy today so it makes the colors in the quilt look more pastel.
F9P, 36" x 36"
This was a UFO from a few years ago, but it became a priority to finish. My hairstylist is expecting a baby girl and she's decorating the baby's room in coral and peach, including Kona Salmon. The prints in this F9P coordinate with Kona Salmon, particularly the one I used on the back.
So now I just have to get a card and a small baby trinket, and gift wrap it all so I can give it to the mom-to-be at my next appointment.
F9P ready to gift
I did not take in-process photos because this was a UFO that was started before I began blogging. If anyone is interested in a tutorial for the Framed Nine Patch process, leave a comment. It uses nine fat quarters plus backing and binding and finishes at 36".