I like how it turned out. The graphic nature of the prints plays well with the frames and the Kona ash background is a good compliment for the prints.
This quilt will be a donation quilt for my local guilds outreach program. I made it a bit shorter than the lap size in Cheryl's pattern, to fit the needs of our program. I'm adding Broken Frames to the quilting pile. I'm linking this up to Main Crush Monday at Cooking Up Quilts.
I've chosen a different donation quilt for my OMG for June. This disappearing nine patch has been sitting at my house for about a year now and it's time I g quilted it and handed it in.
My intention is to free motion quilt the top on my domestic sewing machine with an all over boxes design. I'll be using Machine Quilting with Style by Christa Watson to help me with this. I won this book a couple of month ago at the OMG linkup at Red Letter Quilts.
This quilting design will be a challenge for me because I've never done an all over design on anything bigger than a mini and because I find straight line fmq to be a bit difficult. Things could get very wonky.
I'm linking up with Heidi of Red Letter Quilts for the OMG for June and with Julie of Pink Doxies for the Brave Quilter linkup.
We'll see how this all pans out.