One of my most recent finishes is this Autumn Blooms quilt. I have a tutorial for this quilt over on Riley Blake’s Cutting Corners College today!
The colors along our river trail are so pretty right now – we had to take a little walk yesterday to enjoy them. I’ll be so sad when all of the leaves have fallen from the trees. A little piece of me dies when the snow starts to fall!
The quilt finished at about 59” x 67”. In my opinion, it’s the perfect reading-a-good-book-in-winter size quilt. I’m a little sad that I’m not keeping this one. It’s going to soon be heading to the home of one of my favorite people.
For the quilting I did one of my favorites – small loops scattered throughout a loose all-over meandering. It flows so nicely as I’m doing the quilting and the finished look is nice and soft.
I’m really such a fan of this Marguerite line. It’s so feminine and pretty! I’m not normally big on yellow, but I’m really in love with this red/yellow combination.
Wanna make an Autumn Blooms quilt for yourself? How ‘bout a giveaway to get you started?
I have a stack of 9 fat quarters all from the Marguerite line ready to mail to one of you lucky readers!
ready for the details?
Giveaway is closed - thank you!
Meanwhile, go and visit the Cutting Corners College. There’s some great projects on there!