Well, it's the last day of 2012, and here is the last finish for the year. This quilt, completed in late November, was made for our oldest grandson, now nearly 12 years old. His was the most difficult thematically to design and choose fabrics. There are precious few kid fabrics for a 'tween' and I never did find a single Lacrosse fabric, which is the only sport he is playing or interested in at the moment. He does have a keen interest in art and architecture, so I decided on this pattern from the Spring/Summer 2011 edition of Quilt Sampler magazine since it reminded me of building blocks. I tried to keep the fabric selection fairly geometric and modern, and fairly bright.
The photos are far from ideal, taken during our dreary and rainy late fall days. These few captured the colors as best I could.
So, that's a wrap for this year! This was a most productive year in my quilting life: for the first time ever, I was able to complete 9 quilts, plus each of the monthly tutorials presented in SewCalGal's 2012 FMQ Challenge. With luck, perhaps 2013 will be as productive - I hope so!
Wishing you all a most blessed and joyful New Year!