Once again I drew up an idea in Touchdraw, an iPad app.
Jane Davidson (Quiltjane) converted my drawings into EQ versions with the fabric jpegs dropped in.
One for each colour way.
And then I got to work on making the quilt. The trick on a quilt like this which is made up of a grid of sashing is to make sure that all the sashing sections are aligned. Without that, the quilt design is not so effective. To do this, I mark and pin every single junction. It's a slow process but it's worth it I think.
Once again I quilted this with a diagonal cross hatch of lines 2" apart using a cream Aurifil 50wt. I know I do this for most of my quilts but I like how it gives a flat even texture to the quilt. Since this quilt will be used by Makower to showcase this line, I am not concerned about making the quilt pouffy and cuddly. If I was making a quilt to be cuddled, I would probably space the lines further apart for a softer texture.