ahhh, london, the city that never sleeps. wait, that's not right. but this is...
the inspiration for this quilt was from a book at spool called city quilts. it's full of modern quilts, done in solids. it talks about color palettes, block design, all that good stuff, so when i was in the solids section of the fabric store, and i had a small epiphany, i can make a solid modern quilt too! (ok, maybe not an epiphany then, but close!)
it is a bit of a side step for me, lover of more is more when it comes to patterns and colors. this is five colors: navy, turquoise, kelly green, gray and white. (mom said no white, but she didn't have my vision, see now mom...)
it's comprised of brick rows and alternating mini rows. i am a big fan of easy cutting, and this was just that with all the mini blocks maintaining the same width with varying lengths. to tie it all together i used a striped kaffe as the binding, incorporating all the shades within.