Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Fancy Free


This single bed quilt was first patched in 2015 and I found time to quilt it just before Christmas. It is one of my 2017 Finish Along First Quarter goals.

The fabric is a layer cake of Riley Blake Designs' 'Fancy Free' and I used a pattern by Lorna at Sew Fresh Quilts called 'Kyss Me By The Garden Wall'.

I used a large all over stipple to quilt it.  Of all the fabrics, I love the bicycle design the most...



The quilt measures 60" x 74" and the backing is made with more of the multi-print that I used for the long strips on the front, as well as a panel of  'Passion Flower' by Bella Roo Designs for Fabric Editions (that I pulled from my stash). I used an aqua gingham for the binding.






And I am sharing this at Lorna's very own "Let's Bee Social" quilt party link-up! Hi everyone! And also linking up with Amanda Jean's Finish It Up Friday party.

7 comments:

  1. You chose the perfect layer cake to use in this design, Jen! I love the soft girly girl colours. Your quilting looks fantastic and that blue gingham binding is such a sweet finishing touch!

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    1. Cheers for that Lorna! I am glad you approve; thanks for the great pattern, so easy to make!

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  2. How pretty! The fabrics are so light and fresh, and that pattern really shows off the fun prints. Great finish!

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  3. I always find it funny that I see links to your blog on american sites and yet we are both NZ'ers. Love the two quilts you have finished.

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  4. What a beautiful wall! It looks fantastic and I'm with you on the bicycle print, it's so sweet!

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  5. I just bought a Riley Blake jelly roll - such saturated colors!
    Popped by from Let's Bee Social
    http://thriftshopcommando.blogspot.com

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