It's been a while since I blogged about my quilt journey.
My 9th quilt was made for my youngest son, Kyle, in January 2004.
When I asked him what colors he wanted, he said
"Orange, black, lime green and Purple",
which sounded absolutely ugly to me.
I found some great fabrics in these colors and they looked sort of like an African theme to me.
If you've read my other posts you know I didn't pay attention to who designed the fabrics or what manufacturer made them. I've since learned to keep track so I can give credit to the fabric designers.
I used the Yellow Brick Road pattern and pieced my quilt randomly.
This is a very large quilt. More than queen sized, but not quite king sized.
Kyle designed the back of the quilt.
He wanted a heartagon on it,
which is the logo of one of his favorite European bands called H-Y-M.
I'm so happy to know that Kyle still uses this quilt everyday.
It's actually on his bed right now keeping him warm in Brazil,
where he is an oral surgery resident.
Sometimes I think he's just there on vacation because we mostly receive photos like this
But he also sends photos of cases he has completed,
(I won't gross you out with those photos),
just so we know he is hard at work and learning so much.
We miss him and await his and Julia's return to California in July.