Monday, September 28, 2009

Cheery O's

I'm so excited with how this quilt turned out. Although I made mine from an extensive collection of Red, cream and Green's, I wanted to give it a name so it would work well with any prints.

Here's the best part about this quilt- IT'S EASY! You know me, anything that's going to take a long time or give me a headache is out of the question. There's no fancy piecing, no secret technique, just some basic sewing and a little applique. I promise- once you get this pattern, you won't make just one! :o)

I'm sure some of you might wonder where my fabrics came from. Well, they're mostly Moda prints from past lines such including, but not limited to: Shangri La, Roman Holiday, Glace, Cottom Blossoms, and essential dots.

9 comments:

CJ said...

This is really cute! Are the circles on top of the squares or part of the each square?

SewCalGal said...

Beautiful.

Does this design use paper piecing, special rulers, or other special tools?

I'd love to give it a try. The design certainly lends itself to fun for scrap quilters and those that like to plan color blending.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Barb said...

Love it!!!

allsewnup said...

This is quite the quilt and you say it's easy? How easy? I've yet to try curves but this has really caught my eye.

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CrazyOldLadies@gmail.com said...

*Hey girls! There's no curved pieceing AT ALL in this quilt. ;o)

Shannon said...

I hope mine turns out this cute. I worked on it last night and got 2 rows appliqued on. Just keep working, just keep working!

Natalia said...

Very cute!

Sherri said...

First, I love it!!! Second...I'm so curious...how is there no curved piecing???!!!

Pamela said...

I love this quilt. Such a great colors...looks a little like spring, summer and christmas and I am crazy about dots lately so this is a must make for sure.