The best I can do at 22 ( up cycled log cabin quilt)
I finished the red quilt top and was so excited to be completed ( I was happy dancing all over the place) until it came time to take photos! Some crazy Polar Vortex with cold temperatures has taken over my neck of the woods ( thank goodness I am not in Buffalo! If you are,please stay safe and warm!). Going out in 22 degree temps is not my thing. So, I had to figure out how to take semi decent photos inside...HA! It has been a learning experience. I learned that my windows are filthy and I spent some time cleaning them, I learned that printer paper and tape are the PERFECT size to cover the tiny windows at the top on the opposite side of the room to block the light from hitting the bottom of the quilt, I learned that photographing a red quilt and trying to get the true colors is IMPOSSIBLE and I learned ( which I knew since we moved in over five years ago) I HATE the color of this room!
Please forgive the less than perfect shots I have taken, this is the best I can do at 22...degrees...
My hope is to have the entered and up for display during Quiltcon. Luke will make this quilt of humble beginnings come to life!