As I was going through my stash, I found this little fat quarter bundle of Riley Blake's Dainty Blooms. I thought it would be cute cut into tumbler blocks and put into baby quilt for a co-worker's upcoming baby shower. I had some Kona Grass that I used as little accent cornerstones, that I think work nicely with the green in the other fabric. I also, really like letting the tumbler shape float in the center. I think it turned out really cute and I hope the little recipient likes it as much as I liked making it!
Thursday, February 28, 2013
My mom found this pinwheels and patches pattern and thought it would be cute to use with my mint and chocolate fabric finds from Black Friday! Each print is paired with various solids for the pinwheels. The patches are every other pattern-solid-pattern-solid. After putting the middle together, I added a small border and then a bigger polka dot border making it a 108x108 King quilt!
Posted by PBJ Quilt Sandwiches at 3:49 PM
Friday, February 8, 2013
After I completed the Simply Woven, I had a lot of random sized pieces left over from my jelly roll fabric that I turned into this modern toddler quilt/play mat. I love this Simply Color line from V & Co. and how bright and cute it is against this Kona White! It's such a fun little quilt and will be listed in the shop as soon as it comes back from the quilters. It reminds me of piano keys and with all it's various colors I'm calling it Chromatic!
Posted by PBJ Quilt Sandwiches at 3:33 PM
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
I found this adorable pattern at the Moda Bake Shop by Jessica Kelly. I loved the Simply Color by V. & Co. jelly roll fabric that she used so I decided to try my hand at this complex looking quilt. Jessica's instructions were great and I ended up with a beautiful twin sized quilt (72x96).
Posted by PBJ Quilt Sandwiches at 2:29 PM
Sunday, December 30, 2012
I blogged previously about a scapbuster project I was really interested in doing and lo and behold I DID IT! It's a King quilt (100x102) and no fabrics are repeated!!! I'm calling it Anything Goes, because literally everything and anything is in this quilt (color/patternwise). The layout was the most difficult part about this quilt, making sure I got plus patches not some other weird shape and trying to sprinkle out the colors I had and trying to follow the pattern in the magazine. I think it turned out great and I can't wait to see it come back from the quilters!
Posted by PBJ Quilt Sandwiches at 2:16 PM