A little while back, the great people at Robert Kaufman asked me to make a 20" mini quilt celebrating Highlight, the Kona Cotton Color of the Year. They sent me a curated stack of gorgeous Kona solids and minimum direction – 20" square, make Highlight the star, create something "me."
While the stack of fabrics included a rainbow of colors, it was the warm tones that really spoke to me. And because I didn't have a lot of time to make this mini, I didn't have much time to spend thinking about it either. I chose a favorite technique – improv piecing – and a favorite shape – Dresden/wedge – and jumped in. I am so pleased with how it came together and I had a ton of fun making it.
This mini is hanging in Houston at the Quilt Festival along with 59 other designers' highlight minis. The festival is open to the public if you are in the Houston are and interested in going.
A big thank you to Robert Kaufman for including me in this exhibit. I felt honored to be asked.