This pattern looked so easy, but if you look close, you'll realize that you're sewing vertical rows on the bias. Which means that they move. So when you sew the rows together, they don't always line up, but I remembered a trick that Carrie Nelson taught me back when I took a class from her to make this quilt.
If you have 2 segments that you're sewing together, and one is bigger than the other, you put the bigger side facing down, and the feed dogs inch it in by the time you get to your next seam. She said sometimes you have a row that you have to flip back and forth, if you have larger segments on the top and bottom of the rows you're sewing together.
Here's my little helper spraying the quilt down. I find that a little mist before pictures helps to deepen the colors.
38 x 52 washed
fabric - Tasha Noel's Country Girls for Riley Blake
and the mice are from Lizzy House
binding - "out to sea" by Sarah Jane
batting - 80/20% comfort blend by winline
pattern -arrow tail by Laurel at Sing all you want
quilting - 1/4 inch from angular seams
crazy mom quilts
can I get a whoop whoop?