The focus print came from the free table at STLMQG.
The block pattern was designed for charity quilts by Jaime of L'Fair Quilts, and you can find it here.
The blocks were made by the members of the Sew Bee It bee in STLMQG. I provided the constant print used in the small plus, and the members chose their own coordinating accent colors and made the blocks.
Pieced sashing added more scrappy low volume variety. I added the extra small plusses into the sashing, to feature more of the accent colors. The result is even more movement than in Jaime's original design.
Now quilted and bound, Have Faith measures 62 x 76" and will be donated to one of this year's charities for Hands2Help.
The quilting is an allover meander. I debated what color thread to use because of the high contrast, and ended up choosing a pale grey. It blends with almost everything and looks fine where it contrasts with the dark navy. The backing is a wide back low volume print.
Many thanks to all who contributed to this quilt. Although I put it together, it couldn't have happened without the help and creativity of so many people. Thank you!
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