Autumn Panels: Sneak Peeks

I spent the last few days working with these fabrics…. many are from RJR’s new 30’s Everything but the Kitchen Sink collection. Take a look at the fabrics here:

I added to the fabrics a few scraps from my own stash, and came up with this quilt:

It is the first of a few special projects I am doing for a publishing company. More details about these projects when the time gets closer.

Can you see the quilting motif I did on the blocks? The quilting motif was an applique motif I used for my Roslynn quilt from way back when… the moral of the story is, when you are scratching your heard trying to come up with a quilt motif, you might try looking through some applique motifs for some ideas. :)

Thanks for stopping by. Off to my next quilt – all I can say is it is a girly sweet one! Meanwhile, have a lovely autumny day!

27 thoughts on “Autumn Panels: Sneak Peeks

  1. I always GASP when I see one of your new quilts — and my husband goes “what’s wrong?” from the other room — today’s is no exception! I love what you did with these fabrics!

    Hmm… do I dare follow the link and shop for MORE fabric for my stash? On the one hand, it is easier to get forgiveness than permission. On the other hand, DH did threaten that if any more packages of fabric show up at the house he is going to order a boat in retaliation. I wonder if he was kidding?

  2. Oh I can’t wait to see the full 30’s quilt! I love it! So I have a quick question for you… what do you do with all of these quilts after they are finished, photographed, published and then sent back to you? Do you have a room in your house stacked floor to ceiling or do you sell them?

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