This quilt is made of a top I pieced last summer at the cottage. The tumbler pieces are die cut with an Accuquilt small tumbler die. I raided my bin of animal print scraps to cut these pieces of farm themed prints. I had a stack of yellow tumblers left over from my zoo animals quilt. They seemed to go fairly well with these prints, so I chose to use them as the alternating tumbler. The backing is a light tan colored print of tossed cows.
The quilting design is a pantograph with horses heads. There is no copywrite on the pattern, but I have the feeling it was designed by Nancy Haacke. The top thread is a tan Polycore with Bottom Line in the bobbin. The binding is attached to the front by machine and hand stitched to the back. Binding is always my stumbling block, as I do not like doing it. This one has been my take along project for the last week and I finished it at the Guild meeting, just in time for Show and Tell. The reward for sticking at the binding is that now I can count this one as done!