Folk Art Wedding was Robyn Pandolph's first fabric line for Moda. Of course after over 8+ years between the start and finish of this project I didn't have enough fabric to finish the borders, backing, and binding. I stayed with Moda and found this lovely At Water's Edge that coordinated beautifully. Vintage buttons from my mom's stash to help hold down the large prairie points.
The pattern is called Cinnamon Stitches by Piece 'o Cake Designs from a BOM in 1998. It's now available as an epattern here. I don't like copying exactly a pattern as I then feel it isn't mine.
When deciding the lay-out I wanted it to reflect the fabric colors and prints I chose. Praire points were very obvious to me. I did consult with dear Carrie along the path to completion. Sorry, I was unable to capture a good photo of the entire quilt.
Except for the label which I will do, I now have my very first (and probably last) completed applique quilt. The quilt has been named--Folk Art Friendship. It's a collaborative quilt between Carrie and me. She is also co-owner. It's a truly special quilt that I will treasure always. Thank you so very much Carrie. May I consider this my first finished UFO of 2010, please?s