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Well, the fabric aged for less than a year and during one of our three stuck-at-home snowstorms this winter, I went to work on this yardage. My initial plan was to make
After really checking out the pattern, I decided that was too much individual cutting and I wanted something I could cut out with the rotary cutter. I decided on a Snowball pattern and a golden-yellow for the solid against all the prints and a lap size for these fabrics.
As you can tell, I cut one block in half and offset these blocks. It sure made it easier to put the rows together. Plus I really like how it looks in the quilt.
Here is a few close-ups of the quilt
Here is one of the block itself:
The back, so you can see the quilting design:
This quilt did not use all the blocks I had cut out, so after searching online for a simple quilt pattern, I used some inspiration from Film in the Fridge's quilt from the same fabric.
I sewed all the squares together and then appliqued some smaller squares on the gray fabric.
Here is the back
So now I have two beautiful quilts from fabric, I have liked for quite some time. Snowstorms are always good for me to get some sewing done.
How about a giveaway?
If you would like the original pattern, Rosalie (pictured above), leave a comment. In your comment, tell me what is your favorite quilting fabric group. I will draw one winner next Wednesday, May 15th.