Fox & Friends – one more time!
Who doesn’t like to make the same quilt twice? Most of us….
But this is my third time making the Fox & Friends equilateral triangle quilt. This quilt will be the sample quilt brought to class when I teach at the Kincardine Sunset Quilters’ Guild this fall. It was just as much fun making this time as it was the first. And it was a much quicker process! Experience can work in my favour if not too much time has passed. You can see the first Fox & Friends here and the second finish here.
I chose a darker grey for the raccoons and one darker shade of blue for the background. But all are Kona Cotton Solids. Would have gone with a green background this time….. But the backing fabric persuaded me into sticking with the blue!
And for the binding, I wanted to change things up a bit. Last time I used Kona Black for the binding. This time I dug into and picked out this lovely blue Chicken Wire Texture from the Bright and Early collection by Evelia for Wilmington Prints. Gives it a softer edge and blends in so nicely with the background. This print hasn’t been hanging around for long. I just picked it up in May from Sew Sisters Quilt Shop during their Mother’s Day Sale.
If you would like to make a Fox & Friends quilt, too…
The pattern is available in my shop here.
Keep On Quilting On!
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