Spring Blooms in THE QUILTER (March 2010)

I received my copies of the March 2010 issue of The Quilter yesterday. I was quite pleased with how my quilt was photographed:

This quilt is basically a log-cabin quilt, spiced up with appliqued twirly flowers:

The fabrics are from RJR‘s Sweet Pea Collection:

Quilting was done freehand on my home machine with Hobbs’ Tuscany Silk Batt. If you have been visiting me, you would know that The Tuscany Silk Batt has become my favorite batting to use in place of cotton. It quilts very nicely, and is light and very manageable – perfect for a home machine quilter. Can you see the pebbles I have quilted on the log cabin blocks?

In case you are wanting to make this quilt in a different color way, may I offer the following for your consideration?

1. A fresh and clean look

2. An rich look

3. How about a 30′s feedsack look?

Thanks for stopping by. I hope you have a fun day! For those of us who have been living in icy cold, spring shouldn’t be too long from now! Blessings to you all!

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY to The Quilter, and always, kudos to the editorial staff at The Quilter.

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37 thoughts on “Spring Blooms in THE QUILTER (March 2010)

  1. It definitely looks like spring! I love layouts in the different colourways too. It’s slowly getting milder here — hope it’s warming up there too.

  2. While I was reading my copy of The Quilter I came across your newest submission and instantly fell in love with it. You did such a beautiful job. It will be put aside for a future project.

  3. Hey there,
    You asked if I hand piece. I do not even though I have a quilt that I started last year that is some what hand pieced. I am not very good at it but I do like doing it.
    You had no reply on your comment so that is why I coming here.
    Happy creating!

  4. Stunning quilt. I am a beginner in quilting, have made a kingsize throw for our bed but just in squares I havent been brave enought for other designs yet,

  5. Where can I buy the quilt kit for Spring Blooms OR find the pattern, measurements, and instructions to make the quilt. Thanks. Ann

  6. I’m abit late in finding your site and am happy I did. I love your patterns, especially the Spring Blooms. I would love to make it if I can find the pattern. Any help? Happy Quilting, Karen

  7. Pingback: Up to taking Log Cabins one step further? « Ivory Spring

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