My final sample of the Verity Quilt is made with Unruly Nature by Jen Hewett. I REALLY like this collection — this is the 3rd quilt I have made with it! (see here and here) The prints and colors are all so pretty, I couldn't help myself.
This quilt ended up being mostly leftovers from the previous 2 quilts. Making leftovers quilts (that's my technical term for them) is almost as much fun as making scrap quilts. I love using what I have.
The background fabric is Add it Up in Copper. This is one of my favorite background fabrics to use and I heard that this color is going to be discontinued. Luckily I have quite a bit in my stash!
Since I was using leftover fabrics, I didn't have enough in my stash for the binding and I didn't find a solid in my stash that I loved, so I ended up using this peach-y print from Heirloom. It isn't a perfect match, but it blends well enough and I liked how it looked with the backing fabric.
Speaking of the backing fabric, I love this flower print so much and it makes such a great backing. Plus I love the warm colors — so cozy.
For the quilting I did more normal "organic" grid. The collection is called Unruly Nature after all, so an "unruly" quilting style felt apropos.