I really like how the quilt looks nestled among these leaves. Placing quilts with other things that enhance their colors is a good idea.
And a closeup is even better! I think obscuring a small part of the quilt adds interest and intrigue, while still showing how the quilt looks.
There was much more to this vine, but the quilt kept falling off. I forgot to bring any clips, tapes, pins, or anything to make things stay. That is one photography lesson I will have to remember.
I really like how it looks against the tree bark, but again, it was hard to keep it there, and I had to get it to work with how the branches were positioned. I think it looks pretty good even if you can't see the whole quilt.
I like how it just floats on the surface of the grass.
Here's another vine. I really like how this one turned out, with the vine being curved. There was much more to this vine as well, but I wanted to keep the focus on the quilt. In case you are wondering, yes I did wash the quilt when I brought it home.
Which one do you like the best? Do you have any suggestions on photographing quilts?