Friday, March 27, 2020

A Covered In Love Finish




I have finished the sixth Covered in Love quilt.  For this layout, I made an offset barn raising design.   I really like how it turned out - so far it is probably a favorite of mine. 



There is a surprise on the back.  Kat had sent me a purple and yellow sunflower panel fabric.  I framed it with some yellow bees and added in some solid brown and purple.



I still have one more quilt to finish.  So far I have made six different layout designs from these donated blocks.  I hope to share the last one next Friday!

A big thanks to all who donated blocks.  If you want the tutorial for the block, you can find it here.


Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!




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17 comments:

  1. I love the offset! The tutorial looks pretty easy, it's the layout that I will have to think about, so I'll just save your post for reference!

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  2. You have made six very distinct quilts! I'm waiting to see all the finished quilts together before I make my choice of favorite layout!!

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  3. I love that you are still finding new and beautiful layouts for the blocks. I look forward to seeing them all together!

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  4. That is really pretty! I was just about to ask you if you had a favorite, and then I went back and re-read what you said about it! :) I've loved every one you've made.

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  5. These quilts have all been beautiful! And what a sense of accomplishment you must be feeling. Great job 👏.

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  6. I agree with everyone else and will look forward to seeing them all together. Kudos for exploring so many layouts. You must have had a ton of blocks in order to make so many related quilts. What size they are?

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  7. Great set, great quilt! And for a great cause, too! Congratulations!

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  8. This is my favorite quilting motif!

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  9. The backing is wonderful and sets off that amazing front to perfection.
    Stay away and stay safe...xox

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  10. Amazing what can be done with a diagonal block!

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  11. I love that loopy squares quilting motif. It doesn't flow easily from my own hands. Do you have any tips for stitching it? Do you chant a mantra like "One two three aaaaand left...1 2 3 aaaaand right"? :)

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  12. This one is certainly a beauty, Cynthia!! It's how I envisioned making a whole quilt from a new set blocks from this fun block. Thanks for proving that it's a great setting! You have been SEW very kind to help Kat in this way.

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  13. What a fun design layout! And with the pieces the size they are, it seems like it wouldn't take forever to put the blocks together. Very nice!

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  14. Your creativity knows no bounds. Thanks for your commitment to helping Kat put these CiL quilts together. I just cut the pieces for the March/April blocks to sew as leaders and enders with a QAL I'm finishing.
    Pat

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  15. What a great finish. The lovely back makes it a two for one quilt.

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