Sunday, May 15, 2011

Bloggers Quilt Festival


I am sharing my newest quilt made of Denyse Schmidt's fabrics,
Flea Market Fancy & Picnics and Fairgrounds.

I have been working on a lot of other things lately and wanted to make a quick and simple quilt this weekend.
I missed the whole Flea Market Fancy craze when it came out so I am paying for it now.
I found etsy and ebay sites here and there for some "reasonable" purchases and the fabric has been staring at me for awhile now.
I added some of the new Picnics and Fairgrounds that I thought go well with the FMF.
I really like the new line.


I am still learning so much about quilting.
One thing is for sure that sometimes you need to be able to
 start and finish a project quickly.
Other times its nice to have a long term project (ummm, my single girl quilt)

Thank you Amy for organizing the Bloggers Quilt Festival again!
I absolutely love seeing all of the other quilters out there.



10 comments:

Sara said...

Gorgeous and the white is a perfect compliment!

Andrea Pisano said...

love the colors ,beautiful idea

noga quilts said...

I love this quilt! The colors are gorgeous, and the way you connected the blocks is very special. Great quilt!

Naturally Carol said...

The ragged edges suit this quilt very well..beautiful!

Gwen @ Gwenny Penny said...

This is so bright and beautiful, Kristin. The fabrics really compliment each other well. I love the white, too.

stitchinpenny said...

I would new have been confident enough to try a rag quilt, but it is beautiful.

bikim said...

gorgeous!
love the colours !
take care,
Rosa

Katie B. said...

Very sweet! I love the random white squares. You're right about needing a quick finish sometimes!

Karen said...

Your quilt looks lovely. It is so fresh and colourful. Great fabrics!

CraftHippy said...

I have just started following your blog and love it - particularly your beautiful quilts - I am a crafter, seamstress and mum to two boys in Norfolk, UK and hope to attept one of your quilts - perhaps for a mat in the bathroom as a beginner. Thanks for your inspiration! Craft Hippy x (aka Jane) - www.oldfriendshipcrafts.blogspot.com