Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Tree Quilt

Thanks to the lovely ladies of the Bee Vintage online sewing bee, my tree quilt is complete! And I actually have some blocks leftover, so I will probably be making a second quilt in the future! 
tree quilt quilting bee
 Here are some detail shots of the blocks... 
Top: made by Liz Taylor, Middle: made by me, Bottom: made by Linda
 Top: made by Stephanie, Middle: made by me, Bottom: made by Mama Spark's World
 Top: made Button Counter, Middle: made by Jodi, Bottom: made by Mama Spark's World.
 I kept the quilting super simple. 
 The sashing is Kona charcoal and the binding is a fun swirly gray and white print. 
 The back is a super soft pink and white vintage sheet. 
 This was the first quilt that I was able to use my Sew Steady sewing table. Verdict? Feels a little different, but I think once I get used to the change, it will be a great help for quilting bigger and heavier projects. BIG thank you to my mother-in-law for the thoughtful birthday gift - I can't believe it's taken me this long to try it out! I guess that's a sign of a fun and busy Summer?
It's hard to believe this is my 63rd quilt! To view all of my quilts (grab a cup of coffee first!), click here.  


Adrianne said...

This is really lovely! Have you considered turning off word verificiation though? You might find you get a lot more comments on your blog :-)

Renee said...

What a pretty quilt! I love your choice of sashing, it makes for such a lovely setting for those vintage sheet prints :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi Jodie! My Mom met you on the train to the Bay Area & I just had to look you up :) Beautiful quilt!


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