Not long ago I have made this quilt for a friend of mine that lives in CO. She purchased the kit from Keepsake Quilting, and asked if I would put it together for her. She wanted to give it to her son for graduation.
The quilt is called “Smoky River” using the Stonehenge fabric by Northcott.
It was a lot of fun to make, I started by cutting all my fabric out first.
Then I worked on my 16 inch square blocks next. I needed to make 4 of these.
From there I sewed all the rest of the blocks together. I needed 8 diagonal of the 16 inch block, the 9 patch and strips for the sashing, plus make the diagonally corners of the sashing.
Placement was easy, I laid it all out to make sure I was mixing up the colors and started sewing it together. The boarders were easier than I thought they would be. All went together well.
I put it all on my frame and quilted with my long arm. I used a pattern I drew with notes and G-Clefts, for the young gentleman that it was going to plays a base guitar in a band.
I really liked the way the gold boarder shows the whole quilt off.
Total size of the quilt is: 76” X 97”.
Here is a picture of the label which I made for the back:
NEXT BLOG HOP............... OH YEAH, I AM IN ANOTHER.....
This one is: "Leafs Me Happy"
It will start on October 1st. So come and check out the schedule. You will not want to miss a one. Sew We Quilt
There will be lots of Fall Ideas, Tutorials, Giveaways, come join us. And don't forget to give your thanks to Madam Samm and Cherry Blossoms, for all there hard work getting this all together.
HAPPY QUILTING EVERYONE......
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