Saturday, May 17, 2014

Blogger Quilt Festival - Scrappy Category

Yesterday I shared my Blogger's Quilt Festival entry into the applique category.  Thanks Amy for organizing such a fun event!  You are allowed two entries so I knew my second entry just had to be in the Scrappy category.  And the timing is perfect as I have something new to share!




This quilt I call Geese Migration.  And all those colorful blocks came out of my scrap bin.  Making this quilt, I really enjoyed the process of putting together each block and seeing how they fit together in the quilt top.  This will definitely be a pattern I will do again in the future.





And the really exciting news is you can see this quilt in the newest issue (coming out in a few days) of Quilty magazine. So you can make one of your own if you so desire.
Yes, that is the quilt on the cover.  Can you believe it!?!





I used a very neutral linen I had in my stash for the background.  In this closeup, you can see there is really a mish-mash of prints in each block.

As my regular readers know, I love making scrap quilts and share an on-going series know as Scrap-A-Palooza.  On the Gallery page, you can see not only my quilts from the series but quilts made by others.  Lots of inspiration if you want to sew up some of your own scraps.


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Thanks for stopping in.  Be sure and check out all the entries in all the categories.  There you will find lots of inspiration and ideas and the stories behind each quilt are always fun to read.



36 comments:

  1. Ooooh...a cover girl! I'd love to be a cover girl someday too! Congratulations. The quilt is absolutely beautiful. I love the fun block. So great for scraps.

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  2. Beautiful! I love the rich colors and the fun scrappiness of it. Congrats on being published!

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  3. Your quilt is gorgeous and congratulations on being a cover girl!! SO cool!

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  4. Beautiful! They definitely picked the right quilt for the cover :)

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  5. How exciting! It is a gorgeous quilt.
    Hugs

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  6. It's so beautiful! And yes, I will be buying the magazine because I soooo want to make one of my own. Love it.

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  7. Absolutely lovely quilt, and congrats on being a cover girl!! *happy dances for you*

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  8. The quilt looks better 'in person' than on the cover - I really like the blues scattered about. Great job!

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  9. This is such a great scrappy quilt!

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  10. I love scrappy quilts so your Geese Migration really caught my attention. Congrats on having your quilt on the cover of Quilty!

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  11. This is a wonderfully striking quilt! I saw it in the Quilty magazine and immediately recognized your name from reading your blog! Great job.:)

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  12. I love how the beautiful scraps work with the linen, and who doesn't love some geese! Gorgeous entry.

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  13. Neat block pattern. The quilt is beautiful. The quilting is neat!

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  14. That is an awesome quilt!! i will look for the magazine!!! What fun.

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  15. I love this! I'm in the middle of making something geesey myself, so it's an inspiration.

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  16. This is gorgeous! I can't wait to get the next issue of Quilty! :-)

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  17. Congratulations on making the cover. Such a beautiful quilt. I love the movement of the colors and the geese.

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  18. I love it! The linen background is beautiful.

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  19. I LOVE this quilt!!!! And to be on the COVER!! Woot! Woot! Good for you. So happy for you too. Yep, will definitely be picking this issue up!

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  20. Thank you so much for sharing your quilt. I am inspired. Also, as a near-to-Eugene quilter, I am excited to find your blog. I will be visiting more often!

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  21. This is gorgeous! And Congratulations on the cover!!! That's so exciting. :D

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  22. Gorgeous! Congrats on the cover - very impressive!

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  23. OOh wow! A stunner! And congrats on your cover appearance! so exciting!!

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  24. What a fabulous scrap busting pattern. The layout of the blocks really makes it special though. Love it!

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  25. Lovely quilt and an original design. Love!

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  26. Love this scrap quilt and the combination of squares and geese! So glad I found your blog, I love scraps and now need to check out your scrap-a-palooza link :)

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  27. Wow I really love this quilt - I love quilting with scraps this is an awesome idea to use them! And congrats on the cover!

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  28. I love your Geese Migration quilt. I saw a picture of the magazine cover and then stalked Barnes & Noble until I could buy one. It's definitely on my bucket list - I just love it!

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  29. This is a gorgeous quilt and it is so beautifully photographed on the magazine cover.

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  30. Absolutely spectacular quilt I'm glad you shared it at Val's linky!

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  31. Flying Geese Migration is a wonderful name for your lovely scrappy quilt! I love scrap quilts and I really like the way it is organized by color. It gives you a place to rest your eyes.

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  32. Wow, love this one! Scrappy and the blocking of all the colors. Definitely one I'd like to try! Thanks for sharing it again at Val's!

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