I started and finished the top quite a while ago in March, but finished the rest right before Christmas! I purchased some charm packs a while back of Terrain by Kate Spain for Moda. I think her fabric lines are so pretty - she's one of my favorites.
I also really liked the "Reveille" pattern, which is one of Miss Rosie's Schnibble patterns. So, I started cutting it up to make the Terrain-Reveille quilt.
After piecing the individual squares together, I squared each of them up and started sewing them together in rows.
The 30 blocks were arranged in 5 x 6 grid.
Then I used the leftover fabric to create a pieced border like the "Reveille" pattern. I added white strips and a wide teal border. The teal fabric was just some fabric I already had.
For backing, I used one of my favorite Terrain prints, shown below....
I pieced the backing with some extra Terrain fabric and some white strips. I think the white strips helped separate all the colors on the back.
I took it to be quilted at my local quilt store in a flourish-like design, as you can see in the photos.
I really liked the colors and thought that it made a unique combination when laid out together.
The quilt was quite a bit of work, but appreciated by my Mom I'm sure! She's a sewer, but she doesn't often get homemade items as gifts. I applied this little label to the back so she'll remember who it's from! :)
This will be a great quilt to use as a throw blanket on a bed or sofa. Hope it's enjoyed!