One of my favorite things about my home state of Wisconsin is driving on the highway and seeing the fields planted on either side of the road. I love the plowed dirt, the rows of yellow-green seedlings, the half grown plants all deep green and healthy and the late season plants that start turning olive green before the fall. Green is the largest part of my fabric stash and my scraps.
A friend of mine is a CSA farmer in Wisconsin and she just had a baby. I've never made a monochromatic quilt before but this time I just had to try.
Lots of different greens and then the organic lines of quilting seemed like a good fit. And I love the bright veggies on the back.
Here is a picture of the quilting lines after washing the quilt.
This one measures 44 x 48" and features a thin batting which makes it a good light summer quilt. I hope that my baby farming friend likes it.