Finally finished, and I am loving it! It is a whooping 62" by 74". I used a free tutorial shared by Crazy Mom Quilts on the Bee Square Blog. Mine is a smidge bigger.
I used my walking foot to quilt along the zig zags. Four lines in each ash grey kona zig, and two lines in each Henna zag.
Since I didn't calculate how many blocks to make, and just made a ton extra, I cut up the extra blocks I made and re-sewed them to make the back. (It only makes sense if you are a quilter!) The rest of the backing is a Michael Miller Print. It echos many of the Henna colors, and contributes to the "Love". Yes, I still have more blocks left over, and I am not a bit sad about it!
I really like the way the back turned out!
Thought about using a solid for the binding, but had more Henna in my stash, and it really finishes it nicely!
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