Back in 2011 when I went to the festival of Quilts in Birmingham, I bought a selection of 25 fat quarters in various cream and white tone-on-tone fabrics, with the intention of making a quilt for my then-about-to-be-decorated bedroom. Well I've been saving these fabrics and decided it was finally time to slice them up and start piecing them together again. I had already decided to make up this pattern, "Turning Twenty" by Tricia Cribbs. I thought it would look lovely made up in these subtle tones, to match the cream décor in my bedroom. This is a very quick quilt top to make, and took a total of 2 hours to piece all these blocks together, including the borders. Well, that's the top finished - now it's off to Janette to get this top quilted so I can get on with some other projects!
22/2/2014 09:52:10 am
I love the fabrics, and the top is great! Sometimes it's very satisfying to sew something that does not take ages... Two hours is ok!!
23/2/2014 07:28:43 pm
This is so lovely!! Forsure!! I've never done a quilt with just whites, off whites etc. on my list to do!! :). I love you pillows too! :)
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