Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Jelly roll quilt in reproduction fabrics

It's tuesday so time to share something of what I am doing!

I finished this quilt top in August, just haven't had time to share it here.


I cut my own 2.5 inch strips, width of fabric (some shorter) and followed directions I found on the web.  (see my previous post).
All 30's reproduction fabric.
I am unsure if I will add a border or not.  I will eventually quilt this up myself on my regular sewing machine.
I have a page on Facebook: keep up with my infrequent quilt posts at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Viridian61/347674418583948?ref=hl

Viridian

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Jelly roll top - all done

It is done! I purchased more fabric, backing and a batt and quilted in straight lines on my own sewing machine to get this done.  Machined the binding onto the back, turned to the front and machine sewed the binding down.  Black thread on black fabric - time to pay close attention to my sewing!


It's hard to see the border fabric except at the bottom of the picture.  I used a black fabric with plenty of Christmas ornaments printed on it.  This quilt will be part of our Christmas decor at chez Viridian - tossed over the back of the couch most likely.

I am linking up with Connie at Freemotion by the River as I do most weeks I have projects to share. Follow the link to pictures of pretty quilt blocks and other projects.

I have a page on Facebook: keep up with my infrequent quilt posts at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Viridian61/347674418583948?ref=hl

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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Jelly roll top - fun!

So I purchased a jelly roll of pretty Christmas fabric, on a whim.


What to do with it?  Why not a jelly roll race quilt, also known as a lasagna quilt?  Off I went to the internet, and found instructions and pictures at Wee Folk Art.  Their instructions are very clear!
Here I am, sewing strips together:


  I had some problems with twists in the strips but soldiered on. I worried about the same fabric ending up next to each other, but told myself, "trust the process!" In about 5 hours (time off for making and eating dinner)  I was done:


There are clusters of green and light colored fabric, but I will keep it.  I will border this (time to order more fabric - sigh) and then quilt on my own machine.

Want to try?  Check out Wee Folk art's directions.

I am linking up with Connie at Freemotion by the River as I do most weeks I have projects to share. Follow the link to pictures of pretty quilt blocks and other projects.

I have a page on Facebook: keep up with my infrequent quilt posts at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Viridian61/347674418583948?ref=hl

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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

A finish!

Hello!
 It's been a fairly active summer so far but I have had time to do some quilting:
Still working on my Log cabin quilt blocks, as described previously;
Still hand quilting my double wedding ring quilt;
And finally finished a quilt based on the bricks and stepping stones pattern, a little modified.  Using up some 30's reproduction fabrics I had previously cut into strips.


It is machine quilted (not very evenly - my stitch length kept varying - operator error or the poly batting?) and has a green binding, applied completely by machine.

I am linking up with Connie at Freemotion by the River as I do most weeks I have projects to share. Follow the link to pictures of pretty quilt blocks and other projects.

I have a page on Facebook: keep up with my infrequent quilt posts at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Viridian61/347674418583948?ref=hl

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