I'm a wife and mother of three and step-mom of two. I have a master's degree in international relations. I live in Alabama, but have always wanted to move out of the south. I love the West and New England, so I travel there as often as I can.
This is my final row in our guild row swap. For this quilt there wasn't exactly a theme. Her focus fabric was the floral fabric that is in between the Ohio Star blocks in my row and the colors in the fabric were the only theme. Since most people had done traditional blocks, I decided to stick with that idea. My row is four Ohio Star blocks alternating with the focus fabric, fussy cut to have the same motif in each piece. The centers of the Ohio Stars are also fussy cut from the focus fabric, but obviously from a different area of the fabric.
In the picture below, you can see all of the rows for this quilt. The one at the top is the original row (made by the quilt's owner) and mine is at the bottom.
She said that she wanted the red in the quilt to pop, but since there was already so much red in the quilt, I decided to use only the red that was in the focus fabric itself. She did the same in her original row, so I thought it would give the quilt a nice balance to have another row with minimal red. I hope she enjoys her quilt. I know I'm looking forward to getting my rows back and figuring how to put them all together.