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Showing posts from March, 2014

Plus Quilt

Last Fall, my mom-in-law and I put together this plus quilt. I picked out the fabric, she cut, and I sewed. The machine quilter just finished it and I think it looks better than I could have ever imagined!

The quilt was fairly simple to put together. I found the tutorial at For the Love of George and used the queen size instructions. I didn't use as many colors as she recommends,so I just increased the yardage of each color a bit.

This quilting just kills me. I love everything about it!
{Credit} Fabric: Kona cotton solids and Large Chevron Tone on Tone Orange by Riley Blake (back). Pattern: Plus Quilt by For the Love of George. Machine Quilting: Lynne Peterson.

Welcome March

I can hardly believe it's March. I am so excited, though, because in just three weeks my parents will be coming home from their LDS mission. They've been in Italy for eighteen long months and I'm so proud of them. Once my mom is home, I'll have my quilting partner back and I'll be able to finish my projects much faster!
To get ready for her coming back, I've tried to clear some old things out of the closet and make room for the new. Like these cute paintbox-inspired squares that have been lying around for years:

Ready to be quilted!
Or this little guy that has been waiting to be quilted for a couple years:

I also played with these double-pinwheel blocks a little more and added sashing and a border. Not sure what the next step here needs to be yet:

I hope your March is starting out as productive as mine!