I used this design to show of the large scale prints.
Fabrics from Heather Bailey's fresh cut fabric line.
I finished the quilt in 2 weeks.
The backing fabric is by Tracy Porter.
I love my pretty new quilt.
The boys in my house wouldn't dare use it.
Just what I was after. ;)
I think this is my new favorite of all your quilts! I really like fabric with large print and I think your pattern uses it perfectly. But I also like how you quilted the larger squares. It kind of makes it look like its made up of small pieces even though its all one square...does that make any sense?! Anyway, I love it - great job!ReplyDelete
I love Heather Bailey's fabrics and your quilt looks so Springy - cool, fresh, clean.ReplyDelete
Turned out GREAT!! You must of been busy today!!!ReplyDelete
I love it! It will go nicely in your freshly painted family room! It was nice to talk to you on the phone yesterday. I hope we are able to get together next Minnesota trip.ReplyDelete
The prints are fabulous, and the back fabric is awesome. I love your "pretty," sly plan!ReplyDelete
that is beautiful! I love how the simple design shows off the fabrics!ReplyDelete
Beautiful job! Makes me want to get off the computer and go sew today.ReplyDelete
(You should consider adding the photos to the "Freshcut and fabulous" photo group on Flickr. Here's the link: http://www.flickr.com/groups/heatherbailey_freshcut/ )
Your quilt looks wonderful. Great pattern for that fabrics.ReplyDelete
how wonderful! really. Very calm and 'springy'ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous!! I can't believe that you made it so quickly!!ReplyDelete
OH I love it!! The quilting is divine! I love how all the colors are pulled together too! The orange backing is so pretty! Great job!ReplyDelete
What is the quilt for?ReplyDelete
Beee-u-tiful! I love it!ReplyDelete
THIS is BEAUTIFUL!!!ReplyDelete
I love your work!!!
I'm checking out your blog today - I love your quilts! I love this one, especially the backing fabric. It looks very whimsy!ReplyDelete
I've got your bib-tutorial bookmarked. My 3mo. old is a spitter, so what better way to practise some quilting!
Beautiful! An inspiration! - MinkaReplyDelete
i know it's apparently been a while since you made this little baby, but i ADORE it so much. do you happen to remember how big-ish the squares are? i'm brand new to quilting. i'm on my first and i'm hooked. as well as being ridiculously hooked on this blog! hours a day i tell ya. i'm soaking up the knowledge. so thanks for sharing all you do.ReplyDelete
i think i cut the large squares 6.5", the small squares were cut at 2.5" and the cream sashing was cut 2.5" x 6.5". have fun with your quilt!
thank you! i'm all over it. i'm almost done with the top of my stacked coins quilt and i'll try this one next!ReplyDelete