Here goes...my last MQX post. Believe me, I have more that I could share, but there comes a time to know when to keep one's mouth shut and just move onto something different. One of the special exhibits this year at MQX was called Neutral Fusion. Perhaps you remember a couple months ago when I posted some pictures of a small quilt I was working on. Or not.
Anyways, there were about 10-12 people that participated in this exhibit. We were given 8 fat quarters of neutral prints. I kind of thought they were fugly. I am not a fan whatsoever of white-on-whites, and some of the beiges were not so great either. The quilts are all 30"x36" and constructed of alternating 9-patches and snowball blocks. The inner border was of our choice, as was the design of the outer border, but it had to be a neutral shade. The intent of the exhibit is to show how differently the quilting can affect the same neutral quilt.