As you can see no signs of spring here yet. I tried to take my quilt to the clothsline to take some pictures but the snow was too deep and going over the top of my Sorel boots so switched to plan B. I took the quilt down to the dock and noticed the wind has polished the boys ice rink and you could see right to the bottom of the lake. The cracks go right to the bottom and we still have about 3 to 4' of ice so it will be awhile before we have open water again.
I used the pantograph called Ambrosia and when I first got it I wasn't sure I liked it. It has a very linear design. I couldn't recommend it to my clients until I saw it on a quilt so thought I would give it a try on my own.
Not only does it look nice but the repeat in the design is 6" and my blocks are 6" so it worked out perfect. And it was pure luck how it worked out in the center.
I used Stonehenge wide backing for the back.
I was going to call this post 'Quilts on Ice!' :)