I couldn't resist making this pattern Legendary by Elizabeth Hartman for two reasons,
My son took this picture on our visit last month to Pike's Peak...Evan is my muse and I often make quilts for and/our because of him.
And because I identify fairly strongly with the big guy - I wear size 11 women's shoes. Yes, I am lady bigfoot...
Anyway, on to the quilty details, complete with fabric nerd info as I used some of my real favorites here and they truly look great together. I have been trying to work within just my stash most of this year and this quilt was no exception.
Background: Moda Vanilla Grunge
Tree trunks: Benartex City Girl, Kitty Yoshida - absolutely perfect for tree trunks!!)
Tree 1 : Kaufman print by Robin Zigone
Tree 2: Windham Fabrics New Colonies, Nancy Gere
Tree 3: Benartex City Girl, Kitty Yoshida
Tree 4: Kaffe Fasset
Tree 5: Moda Comma, Zen Chic
Tree 6: Benartex, City Girl, Kitty Yoshida
Tree 7: Moda, Comma, Zen Chic (looks like little white doves in the tree)
Tree 8: Benartex City Girl, Kitty Yoshida
Big Foot:Mary Koval from Mary's Favorite Blues
Tree 9: Denyse Schmidt, Chicopee (this print is actually grey and yellow but makes a perfect tree..my fave!)
Tree 10: Tula Pink, Prince Charming
Tree 11: Denyse Schmidt, Hope Valley
Tree12: Moda, Comma, Zen Chic
Tree 12 labeled above
Tree 13: Moda Bella Solid, Pistachio
Tree 14: Denyse Schmidt,Hope Valley
The finished quilt top. I am very happy with the color play here, may have to do another quilt with these fabrics...now to quilt it.