Today is my turn on The Travelling PicStitch Blog Hop organized by Laura from Quokka Quilts and Katy from The Littlest Thistle. The idea for this hop is that we are to pick a photo and then make an EPP block inspired by the color palette of the photo.
For my inspiration, I chose a photo that I took at the lake this summer.
Before I knew it, I had a whole rainbow of EPP blocks and a completed quilt! And since the quilt was one of my most favorite so far, I decided to post about it for the Blogger's Quilt Festival going on right now (click here to see the finished quilt) so I took out my original inspiration photo and made this block for the PicStitch hop:
This block is almost the Georgetown Carnival block from Lily's Quilts but without the 12 squares between the outside triangles. I quilted this one to the background echoing the center hexagon and I'm thinking it will eventually be a pillow but I haven't quite decided yet. And I so wish I chose a light gray for the background fabric - oh, well - that would be an awful lot of stitches to unpick!
You can find all the details about The Travelling PicStitch Blog Hop here including the schedule, the sponsors, and information about the link up at the end of November. And check out yesterday's (Sunday) post from Helen at Run Quilt Knit Write and tomorrow's (Tuesday) from Martha at Weekend Doings.
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