It's done!! (I think that getting around to taking pics, editing pics, and writing a blog post took as long as it took me to piece and quilt it.)
This is my Molehills quilt (pattern by Latifah Saafir) that I started at Sewtopia Chicago (a quilt retreat) and I love it. I think it's the fabrics that make the quilt for me - them, and my paper-pieced spiky arcs (my own addition). I didn't over-analyze or over-think my fabric pull for this quilt (which was completely from my stash by the way - yay!) and I love how it turned out. It's wild and bright and fun and playful.
I quilted this quilt with semi-straight vertical and horizontal lines that were 1 - 2 inches apart, and machine bound it.
This quilt is roughly 62x64" and I'm not sure about it's future. I love it, and don't think I will part with it. I thought it might live on the bed of my youngest son (the colors are perfect for his room), but now he's adopted another quilt that better fits his bed. For now I am entering it in my local guild quilt show in August and we'll see what happens after that.
This was my 4th finish for my Q2 Finish-a-Long list (my best quarter for finishes ever!), but I had to submit an Instagram picture since I didn't get around to blogging in time for the finish deadline. I also finished my two donation quilts (see them here and here), and my last purple flying geese cabin quilt.