A straight-on picture of a quilt is great if you need to see the whole design, but I’m aiming for quilt photos with personality. Here are a few first attempts.
I live in a beautiful part of the country (I’ve said that about every place I’ve lived) so there should be lots of photo ops for my quilts. I also live in the woods, which limits opportunities at my house.
Luckily, some friendly neighbors let me borrow their setting for a few of these shots. One thing I found out right away is that full sun washes out the colors in a photo.
I need your help! Which of these quilt portraits sets the best mood for the quilt? Which makes you say, “I MUST have that quilt!” so you would be tempted to make it, buy the pattern, buy the quilt, ask me to give you the quilt for your birthday (I KNOW who you are)? And why? Please comment!
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