When I saw this pattern I just knew I had to make it. My sister loves anything that is bright and colorful and I knew she’d be thrilled to receive a quilt from me. The pattern is Postcards from Sweden and was designed by Jeliquilts.
Pieced using half square triangles, this quilt comes together pretty quickly once you get a rhythm down. The trickiest part was staying organized when moving from my design wall to sewing machine. I really loved the movement of color and wanted to keep the same placement as the original pattern.
I chose a really neutral backing and binding to help complement the dynamic colors of the front. For quilting I chose a simple straight line echo quilting along the rows and columns.
I absolutely love this quilt and it was so satisfying to see it come together!