I have the BEST friends! The kind that say, “I’ve just created a fabric line. Will you help me make samples?” And then you get this gargantuan list of amazing fabrics to choose from and then they show up in the mail and then you get to play!
And play around I did… with no serious plan in mind
This was a “fun” project so I had no real interest in carefully planning ahead. The only requirement was for the finished quilt to be 18″ square.
A few squares and a few seams later I had a big stack of mostly good half-square triangles. Piecing is definitely not my forte´but every once in a while the mindless repetition is a nice way to meditate along to the hum of a machine.
Next a little fusible web…
And a little playful fusing. See how I added enough border that I didn’t need to measure until the very end? That takes all of the stress out of it for me.
And there you go. Some kisses and hugs to Jamie in appreciation of her creativity and to RJR for printing such a fabulous line. Look for it in your local shops soon!
Jamie was kind enough to let my fabulous quilt bee, the Material Girls, get in on the action.
Kathy Ackerman … again! Sew girl sew!
If you want to take a peek at all the other fabulous little quilts made from this line click through this list of artists. With “blender” fabrics like these you can make pretty much any style of quilt, as you’ll see.
hop, skip, jump blog hop
4-24 Jamie Fingal https://jamiefingaldesigns.blo
4-25 Cindy Cooksey https://cookseyville.blogspot.
4-26 Sue Bleiweiss https://suebleiweiss.blog/
4-27 Lyric Kinard https://lyrickinard.blogspot.c
4-28 Susan Brubaker Knapp https://wwwbluemoonriver.blogs
5-1 Leslie Tucker Jenison https://leslietuckerjenison.bl
5-2 Deborah Boschert https://deborahsjournal.blogsp
5-3 Libby Williamson https://libbywilliamsondesigns