I set them together with a new (at the time) brown print and hand pieced them together. Looking at it now, I suppose part of what I learned with this quilt was how to size the setting triangles around the outside.
I quilted just one line in each of the small pinwheel triangles and then continued with straight line quilting in about the same density for the red squares. I suppose these lines were quilted by eye, or perhaps marked with tape.
I’ve always been in love with feather quilting motifs, so I drew feather wreaths to fill the plain blocks. I did not stitch in the ditch, but 1/4" inside each of these large blocks to frame and stabilize them.
Not much more to say about this one. Enjoy the beautiful fabrics. And if you enjoy feathers and want to try your hand at drawing your own, take a look at my Infinite Feathers book and tool on my website www.anitashackelford.com