This is my favorite quilt that I've made, EVER! It was easy to piece. Check! It has my most favorite fabrics. Check! The quilting turned out beautifully. Check! I didn't buy any additional fabric for this quilt. Check! This was all in my stash, some of the first fabrics that I purchased when I started getting into this little hobby. I'll stop talking now and show you the pics...
This is Promenade by Riley Blake. All strips are 2.5", and the blocks are trimmed down to 12.5". This was the first fat quarter bundle I bought. I also used some half yards of various Kona solids.
The backing is pieced from various Heather Bailey and Amy Butler fabrics. The tan fabric is from Andover Fabrics.
I quilted the top in 2" hearts, drawing lines to make it all straight. Once washed, it turned out perfectly. This is the most dense quilting pattern that I have ever used. I'm getting more daring.
I had just enough 2.5" strips to make the binding. I love the scrappy binding. It works so well with this quilt.
Don't forget, I finished two other quilts this month! Whew! I'm crazy!
The churn dash quilt was made from batiks and a metallic fabric, and it looks so much more stunning in real life. This was recently given to a wonderful family friend, and it is much loved.
The Quilty Fun quilt was finished at the beginning of the month. It is currently at a local quilt show that will start in one week. I can't wait to see it on a wall. It's the first time I've entered a piece into a quilt show.
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