Labyrinth in Glacier. To use as much of my FQ bundle as possible, I pieced a section for the back. This is great cost saver too when you want to use a fancy print for backing. By piecing a section and adding a strip of Kona Silver, I only had to buy half the backing fabric.
Title: Tula Tigers for T (Crudité blocks from Quilts du jour)
Size: 48 by 64 inches
Fabric Used: Fat quarter bundle of Tula Pink's Eden provided by Fabric Please!
Konas Used: Silver for background and binding
Quilting: Straight line quilting with random pattern and spacing using Auriful 2600 (light grey)
Binding: Kona Silver with scraps of Tula Pink Eden, hand stitched with Gutterman 102 (grey)
Backing: Pieced, predominately Tula Pink's Labyrinth in Glacier with a strip of Kona Silver and a scrappy section
Favourite Part(s): Making blocks from a library book and the hope that this quilt will make a loved one smile. Fingers crossed on those tigers!
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And here's the best part! Are you crushing on this Tula fabric? If so, you could win your very own bundle by leaving me a comment below and telling me what you'd make with it. If you're a follower of Fabric Please!, you get a bonus entry. Just leave a comment telling me how you follow. The giveaway will be open to international participants until 11:59 pm Atlantic Daylight Savings Time on Thursday, April 28. If you're a no-reply blogger, please leave an e-mail in your comment.
I'm linking up today with TGIFF @ Fleur de Lis Quilts as well as Finish Up Friday @ Crazy Mom Quilts. Pop on over and check out some Friday Finishes!
P.S. This was one of my goals for Q2 of the 2016 Finish Along.