Ha, that would be a no! I am done however with my Break the Rules Baby Quilt. Like most quilts, this one started as an image in my brain that was made into fabric without much planning. There’s some magic for me cutting and sewing without putting it on paper first. I explain the origins of this quilt in a previous post here:
You might hate me if you knew how easy this quilt was. No question it is a design that could go a few different ways. This is the third quilt I’ve made with canvas which gives a definite matte look and also adds weight. I think it will hold up to the rigors of a baby/toddler well.
My recent love affair with minimalism is reinforced by the fact that I like the back as much as the front. Though the substrates may have been “low brow” (ikea canvas, remnant bin denim) it was quilted with “high brow” Aurifil thread. (Oh my, I love that stuff.)
I’m hoping to break out my newly purchased fabric dyes later this week. There are a few projects in my brain that “need” hand dyed fabric.