Posy 16 Patch

I had cut the squares for this quilt many moons ago from a big stack of layer cakes I'd bought on ebay.
The inspiration for this quilt came from Lauren at Charlotte's gRACE for a Cure 
She was totally ok with me copying her sweet quilt :)

I won't carry on and explain why these pictures are less than stellar. Just trust me when I say, the struggle was real. This fabric is also really tough to photograph! I ended up using my iphone camera. The last quilt I made with Posy was the same way. The shades want to show so much darker than they truly are. I'm going to try again when I go to town. I just really wanted to get this post up since it's been done quite a few days now!

It's simply twenty 16 patch blocks made up of 2.5 inch squares. Sashing is 2.5 inch strips of Bella white 98

For the back I had found my favorite print from the line at Stitch Sanctuary and they also had a print I used for the binding and filling in the backing. I used Aurifil 2435 to attach the binding and it matched perfectly.

It finished at 40.5 x 50.5 before washing. I managed to get one shot that shows the true colors, and of course it had to be the one of a quilt roll!

I love this sweet little quilt, it reminds me of Easter. I do miss that Aneela Hoey is no longer with Moda, boo!

Linking up to Let's Bee Social at Sew Fresh Quilts, Needle and Thread Thursday at My Quilt Infatuation, Fabric Frenzy Friday at Fort Worth Fabric Studio and Finish It Up Friday at Crazy Mom Quilts