Here's a picture of it with some white rabbits out in the screened porch:
It was a fun quilt to make, and I used indigos and white. I love pinwheels, and when I had the top together, I noticed that some of my fabrics didn't meet together very well in the center of the pinwheels.
Then, I remembered a little jar full of pearl buttons in the sewing room.
The little buttons were soon spilled out on the quilt, and one was sewn in the center of each pinwheel. Each little button covers the center of each pinwheel and also served the purpose of securing the batting, backing and front of the quilt together.
I used heavy button thread, double thickness, and double knots to secure the tiny buttons. After adding the striped, bias cut binding, it measures 20" by 22", and the hst's are 2.5 inches square.
I also hand quilted the border, as I found out that the recipient is an advocate of hand quilting. I am not very good at it, but I enjoyed trying hand quilting.
Happy Easter everyone! I hope the new owner likes her little pinwheel doll quilt! If you are in Lori's little doll quilt exchange, this one might be coming your way today. I'm heading to the post office right now.