Quilt Top

So I posted a few days ago a preview of the quilt top that I won the pattern and fabric for from Sew Happy Geek for her blogiversary and Fat Quarter Shop. I have finished piecing the quilt as it is written. I've ordered more fabric to enlarge it to fit our bed so now I wait. But I wanted to share the "finished" top with you thus far.
Steve and I need a winter quilt. We currently have a quilt I made very lightweight for the summer, so this will be our winter quilt. I think the bright, cheerful colors are perfect for the long New England winter, don't you?

In the meantime I'm going to make a similar quilt for Hazel's bed using a Hey Diddle Diddle panel for the middle square and some new and mostly old nursery/children/novelty fabric I have (and some my mom wants to get rid of). In this one I'm going to use the other option of the pattern where the last four corners are from one fabric (usually the middle fabric, but I'm using a book panel of nursery rhyme pictures I found). Plus I want to sew a new fall outfit for Hazel--possibly for her first day of school which is Thursday!! I better getting sewing!
Center Panel
For corner blocks


  1. I'm so pleased you linked up at SewHappyGeek, Carrie! I just wanted to let you know I've featured your link today on Feature {Friday}. Go grab a button if you'd like one! :)

  2. Thanks, Jen! It is the first time I'm featured. Thank you for the wonderful prize.

  3. What a pretty quilt, I have been very interested in taking up quilting, I love seeing all of the wonderful quilts people make. Thanks for sharing.

  4. The colors are great! I love the contrast and unique combinations. You did a great job!

  5. Awesome job! The colors and the pattern are quite eye-catching!


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