I was working on this all day yesterday to finish up the quilt top. Instead of stacking the alternate block on top of one another. I just added a little twist by adding sashing to one of the end blocks in each row to create this tumbling block effect.
I really love how the quilt top came together.
Now have to decide whether I need to add some white border or skip it.
What would you suggestion? Please leave a comment.
Hello Everyone, Welcome to my blog! I'm super excited to be part of Blithe Fabrics Blog Tour . These gorgeous Blithe fabrics are designed by Nina ( Katarina Roccella ). My heart felt thank you to both Nina and Art Gallery Fabrics for giving me the opportunity to participate in this blog tour. If you would like to checkout the other participants, click on the link in the beginning of this post. I decide to fussy cut these cute little birds from the Bird Songs Moon fabric to make the center of my stars: The following accent fabrics were used for the triangles of the stars: Here is my very first block, I wasn't going for monochromatic/low-volume look but it just happened so: Wonky Star Block Finished Quilt top Finished mini "My Little Stars" quilt My daughter's doll "Grace" checking out the quilt ;) Quilt Back If you would like get your hands on these gorgeous fabrics, check out my Etsy shop/New . Hope yo
This week's design was my all time favorite. Its an easy design but people who don't FMQ think its so complicated ;). I really love the the texture on the quilt. Here are some of pictures of the Paisley FMQ on my Shades of Blue quilt: Paisley FMQ with Circles - you see on the first block I tried to mix paisley with circles Paisley FMQ Paisley FMQ The past week was really productive for me. Finally my sewing machine started behaving and the quilting went really smooth. I almost quilted away 3 blocks. Just 2 more blocks to quilt approximately. I can't wait to finish this quilt soon. I was in a flow this week with FMQ, but did have stop and work on my piecing my Groovy quilt and work on the UFO. Which is always good. Here is pic of the whole quilt, I would love to make one in girl colors ;): Shades of Blue Quilt - almost done!
Welcome to the Day 4 of We Support You Blog hop. I first wanted to thank these two amazing ladies, Mdm Samm for organizing this hop and our wonderful cheerleader for the hop Pat from Line in the Scrapatch continuously cheering us throughout the hop. This is for a great cause and I made th is pillow for my close friend Lillian who was diagnosed with breast cancer few years back. She has been doing a great job fighting it and this is to support her. Indelible We Support You Pillow - pattern by Madm Samm Pillow Back - Indelible fabrics by the amazing Katarina Roccella I am celebrating 3 year anniversary for my blog and couple of other reasons as well. Here is the link to the giveaway on my blog, click here . Okay now checkout the other ladies in the bloghop: Feb 3 rd My Quilting Journey (You're here) Creativity Amongst Chaos Peanut's Patchwork KaHolly I hope you're enjoying this blog hop. Happy Quilting! Hema (a.k