Although I am sure this is the most obvious introduction I'll ever write...we are thrilled to be featuring Amanda Jean of Crazy Mom Quilts today!!!!!! We, like many of you I'm sure, have admired her for so long!!! She may be a crazy mom but she's also crazy nice and crazy talented ;) She recently finished an amazing project, HER BOOK! I for one cannot wait to get my hands on it. Among my favorite projects of hers is her round and round quilt-a-long which is on my oh-so-long to-do list :) Also make sure to stop by her shop to get some goodies! On to the story:I pieced the back using 3 different 1/4 yard cuts of orange and plenty of cream fabric. I really like the way it turned out.
I LOVE the scissor fabric! It's Half Moon Modern, by Momo for Moda. I think that it's funny that they are "fiskars orange". That's not the official name, of course, but that's what they remind me of.
For the binding I used these fabulous dots...Mingle in Tangerine by Robert Kaufman. Mmmm. When I saw them I knew they were going to be perfect to finish off this quilt. They make me smile.
My youngest son came up with the name for this quilt. He saw the sketch I had done and said "that looks like math facts". I loved it, so the name stuck.
The quilt measures approximately 60" x 76". I wrote up a pattern for this one, which is available for sale in my shop.