I made another spiderweb quilt. the last one was bright and white, this one is a bit more muted with tan and soft bright colors. I used the paper piecing instructions from this site.
I used only fabrics from my stash. the back is some Heather Ross pony fabric, which for some reason I have two yards of. I have no idea why I ever bought so much. I even had a few yards of tan binding left from my Plain Spoken quilt, so I only needed to make a few more feet of binding to finish it. I quilted it in and around each spiderweb.
this picture of it in direct sun is mostly terrible but a little bit awesome.
And it could be yours!
Because I have a crazy number of baby quilts in storage, I've offered to donate this to my mom to have a giveaway on her blog. I would give it away here, except last time I tried a giveaway, no one entered until after the contest ended. (it's fine, because I do love my woolly mammoth.)
Anyway, help my mom have a more successful giveaway contest, drop by her blog, and leave a comment to win the quilt.
You could use it as a baby quilt, a wall hanging or toss it over the back of a chair. Or if you're a quilter, you could use it as an excuse to cross off "tedious paper-pieced but awesome looking spiderweb quilt" off your to-do list.