Cute colors and curves!
I think it looks great. Love the scrappy background
Love this - the brights look great with the black and white prints!
I'm envious of your black and white collection! Someday I'd like to give curves a chance! Great job!
Well, I did end up having to buy three third-yard cuts for the outside border. I'll use the rest on the back. I'm clean out of b/w prints now, though, and I love them!
I love this and it was brilliant using the reverse side of black and white prints. A really beautiful quilt
Wow. I love this. How big is it?
Great back! Fits so well with the front of it. You are so creative
Congratulations and well deserved as it is gorgeous! Cannot wait to see done.
Love your idea for the quilting and congrats on the quilt show!
Congrats!!! Nothing helps to finish a WIP like a looming deadline. Can't wait to see the finished project!
Can't wait to see this quilted. It is lovely. And congratulations!
I like the front and the back; I hope they hand it so that the back can be seen(or that the attendants show the back to everyone! Cheers on being selected to go to Sisters. My quilt is looking forward to getting to know your quilt. :-)
Make that I hope they hang it...
Quilting looks awesome!
I would have never thought to reverse the background fabrics to make it contrast more. Interesting idea!
I first saw it on a blog called Entropy Always Wins (she has some beautiful modern quilts if you're into that), meggiejoy . I had originally planned to do the b/w fabrics right side forward, but they completely took over the quilt and the solids were just lost, so I remembered her suggestion and it worked great, IMO.
I have a quilt that I did once with a white background with black on it. It wasn't until I got it done that I realize it overtook and was too bust :( I left it as it was and finished it, but sadly it sits in a pillowcase. I think this technique would have helped tone it down a lot!
*busy, not bust
Wow!!! What a sweet design with drunkard path and those reverse prints was clever. Congrats on the acceptance into the Sister's Quilt Show.
Love the finished result