The quilt features shot cottons from Oakshott, Kaffe Fassett, Kaufman Carolina Chambray, and several fabrics Hamish brought from India last year. I wrote a tutorial for Fat Quarterly a few weeks ago with piecing instructions using the the Quick Curve Ruler.
I don't think I've shown the label on the blog. I pieced the embroidered label into the back. The binding is a midnight blue cotton voile from Free Spirit. I love the fine satiny hand of the voile, and I'm sure I'll use it for binding again soon.
I quilted each of the sixteen propeller blocks with a unique design. I thought of it as a quilting sampler, of sorts. The multi-colored secondary shapes between the solid propellers all got the same wavy quilting.
I pieced the back from shot cottons and 8 leftover curve blocks. I had originally intended to set all the blocks in this wavy column configuration, but opted for the propeller setting when I saw it on the design wall.
And finally, one last poorly lit detail photo in the quilt's new home. Here's wishing them years of enjoyment!