but taking the photos inside is not ideal. The flash really obscures the quilting detail. I took a few closeups
but after all that, for the quilting detail, I sent Alice two of the photos I took on the driveway because the sunlight really makes the best of the 3-D aspect of my thread work.
On Monday, Alice, Ann and I met with Linda from the Folk Heritage Committee to hand the quilt over. Ann surprised me with this pot-holder! She used the leftover fabric pieces and pieced half-size Sawtooth Star blocks just like the big quilt's, as a commemorative of our cooperative efforts. Maybe in this photo you can see some of the design features of the fabrics. Both the blue and yellow fabrics are subtle floral prints. The cream has a sort of swirling design.
Ann used a thermal-insulated batt for our pot-holders, but I'm not sure I can use it to move hot pans - my potholders tend to look grungy in no time and this quilt-lette deserves a more special place in my life.