If you follow me on Facebook, you might recall I was working on a rush Spring Market quilt for RJR Fabrics. I shared this cute little peek:
I finished it on my deadline, rushed it to Fedex for overnight delivery and then I got on a plane and went to MQS to teach for the week. I had every intention of sharing it with you now, after its debut at Market.
It was delivered. Then, lost. Yes, apparently the hotel where it was shipped to misplaced it. RJR is hoping that it is somehow mixed in with all their booth supplies and is sitting in a box in one of the crates. I'm hoping so too!
So, since it never debuted at Market I wasn't sure if I could share. After checking and getting the okay, here it is:
And, of course, the back view (before the binding and sleeve were attached):
Here's all the details: The quilt (Panache) is being sold now to quilt shops and features fabrics from Malam Batiks by Jinny Beyer. The pattern is designed by Christine Stainbrook of Project House 360 and will be a free PDF download available on the RJR website. Oh, and quilted by Me, on my Gammill Vision 2. Pretty cool, huh?!!
UPDATE!! The quilt was located and is in RJR's hands, it was boxed up and placed in the shipping crates - yay!!