Soon, You Will Be A Quilt!

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May 25, 2012 by Amie M

I am about to embark on a first for me! I am making a quilt this weekend! Or at least sewing the top.

I found a simple quilt recipe, and since it is only straight lines, I figure I can make it!

The fabrics I am using are:

Happy Dots Blue, Windy Day Aqua, Dotted Paisley Turquoise, Ghastly Forest Green

Sally’s Skirt Key Lime, Hugs & Kisses Apple, and the backing will be in this soft tealy blue with ivory stripes and little puckers. I cannot find the name of this on Greenwood‘s website, or on the selvedge.

Fun on the Vine Green, Eyelet Grey, Lotsa Dots White, Finery Cream

Birch Forest Aqua, Gem Yellow, and a basic soft Snow Kona for the spacers.

It’s just a little quilt, but one has to start a new addiction somewhere!

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14 thoughts on “Soon, You Will Be A Quilt!

  1. Auntie DeeDee says:

    take out he polka dots, and add a light orange, really pale, or a peach. Love the choices!!! can’t wait to see the end result.

    • ecochic87 says:

      I really like the polka dots. I put them in to pull out more of the pale blue, and the little bit of colour on one of the greens. If anything, I am regretting the green with black trees. But that is an easy fix. It is my first, mistakes will be made, and I will learn from them. Thanks for coming out of the lurking and commenting 🙂 Miss you Auntie DeeDee!

  2. Melissa says:

    it is going to look awesome amie!! if this one is a success you can make nattie one too lol!

  3. I love the colour of the fabric! My friend and I have signed up for quilting class this Fall. I am looking forward to it! Can’t wait to see your quilt!

  4. Looks like it will be awesome! I just finished my first quilt. It is VERY addicting! I also posted some lessons learned… Just in case it helps…
    http://truecolorblog.com/2012/05/03/my-very-first-quilt-and-lessons-learned/

    Good luck!

    • ecochic87 says:

      Thanks! Your quilt looks great! The scooter pattern is indeed one that would inspire a quilt around it. It was the same with this one for the BackYard Baby line. Your links were helpful too, and I will make sure I reference them when I do my finished project post.

  5. Jenny Benda says:

    Hi Amie,
    Lovely blog! I am your pincushion swap partner. Just stopping by to say hello! I love all the pictures. Talk to you soon!

  6. Vanessa says:

    AWESOME! I love all the fabrics! 🙂

  7. BEAUTIFUL colours and patterns! I’m a designer, I know good taste when I see it! 😉

  8. […] and some really pretty pillow cases. I am thinking of using the bedsheet as the binding on the quilt I am working on. It goes with the colour scheme and is incredibly […]

  9. […] I’ve been working really hard on that little quilt project. […]

  10. […] glad I took out that green fabric with the dead black trees. It just didn’t work. But these colours: the greens, the blues and little bit of yellow, are so happy, crisp and modern. The main pattern […]

  11. […] Yep, that green XO lovely is the same fabric as one I used in the quilt (fabric details here)! We really do have similar […]

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