I LOVE Bloggers Quilt festival!I think Amy is genius!! For those of you who are following my class and are new to Bloggers Quilt festival.. Sit back, put your feet up, chuck a sickie at work... and spend time visiting ALL the amazing quilts out there. Amy has a master list of all the Quilts on her blog..
This year... I want to show you my NEW Kaleidoscope Quilt and
NEW Quilt Pattern.My Kaleidoscope Quilt was made using the fabrics from Pat Bravo's range Bazaar style. I love Pat's fabrics. I have a thing for florals, vibrant colours, lace, doilies, anything vintage and Pat captures all that. I chose 12 fat Quarters for each of the 12 blocks. For the background fabric and binding I used fabric from her lace elements range.
quilted professionally in an all over floral paisley design. The quilting turned out amazing.
my quilt for the last festival.. I have had curves buzzing around in my head. I love em. There are just so many designs you can do. This little corner to corner curved piece.. opens up a whole new world to quilting.
tutorial HERE where I explain how to sew it. Don't be shy.. Its easy.. Really! You just need a few little tips.
My NEW Kaleidoscope Quilt pattern
is Available NOW from my shop.designing new quilts. It has become such a passion. So, for those of you who may be interested... I'm teaching a FREE online Quilt Class 101. Its a 12 week course that covers everything for making a quilt from start to finish and more. There is also a great line up of my favourite featured bloggers with little projects in between. You can follow along and read all about it HERE!
Thanks so much for stopping by, I hope you enjoy the festival..AND now that Blogger is working again.... I'm off to enjoy some "R and R"......and R.... "Rest and Recreation and...... Reading blogs!"
Oh, I love your new design! Way to go!ReplyDelete
It looks lovely, Bec. You are the master of curves :-)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! I love it!ReplyDelete
Just a fantactic quilt! And wonderful fabrics to showcase it.ReplyDelete
This is absolutely stunning! Love the negative space and the kaleidoscope idea.ReplyDelete
You are amazing!
Oh its gorgeous Bec, I love it! Really striking, I just love the design :-) And I'm off to check out your tute on curved piecing, I have an idea rattling around in my head that I need a little confidence to try!ReplyDelete
Absolutely Stunning. I love the fabric colors. What a treasureReplyDelete
This is lovely, and I really like bazaar style. However, I have to ask-when will the Birds of Paradise pattern be released? I have my fabrics ready to go!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous, Bec! I may have to make that one after I finish my second curlicue! I love that line of fabric, too. It's a perfect choice!ReplyDelete
This is simply stunning! I love it all, the pattern, the fabrics, the quilting. Beautiful!ReplyDelete
My jaw is on my chest right now, and I'm having trouble picking it up! This quilt is that gorgeous! I have been too afraid to tackle curves, but I'm headed right now to your tutorial!ReplyDelete
If you have anything to do about it (which you do!)I WILL learn curved piecing! Beautiful quilt, Bec.ReplyDelete
Lovely quilt in a unique design!ReplyDelete
Stunning! Congratulations on designing another amazing quilt. I love that you use curves in your designs.ReplyDelete
wow bec! you have been a busy little beaver :)ReplyDelete
It's beautiful, Rebecca - and I love that you have the pattern available right away, too!! Thanks so much for sharing!!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful quilt! All those curves...keep cheering about how they are accessible and nothing to be afraid of. I need all the encouragement I can get. :-)ReplyDelete
Lovely! But I think I'll skip the curved piecing - for now!ReplyDelete
That is a gorgeous line and you've made a beautiful quilt!ReplyDelete
I love this new pattern! I am beginning to be more comfortable with curves, and this looks perfect for my collection of paisleys. Did I miss how big it is?ReplyDelete
Wow Rebecca... I LOVE IT...ReplyDelete
LOVE the colours....
Its a fabulous quilt Bec! I adore that backing fabric.ReplyDelete
absolutely stunningly beautiful!ReplyDelete
Beautiful work! I love your quilt:)ReplyDelete
SOOOO talented my lady!!! Come see mine and leave me some love pleeeaasee:)ReplyDelete
you did it again, another stunning new quilt! I love it!ReplyDelete
Beautiful. I have been waiting all week to see it!ReplyDelete
Stunning Bec, I Love all your Quilts!ReplyDelete
Very nice. So interesting how the background makes crises. Love the printed shapes so much. Lovely colors. Thanks for sharing and have a great dayReplyDelete
Great quilt. I absolutely adore the fabrics. The backing is my favorite.ReplyDelete
Your quilt is awesome!!!! Such a cool design & an amazing look to it. LOVE IT!!!!ReplyDelete
Oh your pattern is so simple and yet has such a refined finish to it. Love how it lets the fabrics shine through too!! Congrats!!ReplyDelete
I LOVE your quilt and the colors are gorgeous! I also want to take a moment to thank you so much for your quilting class. I've been quilting for less than a year so I have enjoyed filling in some holes on what I do and don't know.ReplyDelete
Love the new quilt and pattern, Bec!ReplyDelete
Very pretty! I love your fabrics. And what an intricate looking block....Is it as difficult as it looks?ReplyDelete
What a pretty quilt and a great pattern. I'm going to have to look at this one a bit more closely when I finish my way through the festival. :)ReplyDelete
What a fantastic pattern! And I love Bazaar Style!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Love the pattern! Popping in from the Bloggers Quilt Festival 2011. Home you visit me, too!ReplyDelete
That is a lovely quilt! And it works so well with that fabric.ReplyDelete
So many beautiful fabrics! So many projects to use them on!ReplyDelete
I love this quilt so much I had to feature it on my blog: http://koolbeenz-blog.blogspot.com/2011/06/featured-crafter-chasing-cottons.htmlReplyDelete
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