Saturday, September 23, 2017

Circle of birds.

Hello my quilty friends! Today I have a fun little quilt for you. I made this cute little quilt it is about 40.5 X 40.5 made out of my fat 1/8th Liberty of London fabric that the kids got me as a Christmas gift last year. 
i used the free pattern that came in the magazine Modern Patchwork by Fons & Porter. ( May/June 2017 issue) you can find it here.
I am so happy the way this turned out. It is also quilted by me with a little ( okay, a lot) of help on my dear friend Diane's long arm- Innova... oh my gosh what a dream machine!! It quilt beautifully. We used a swirl pattern to do an all over quilting, I think it makes it look like they are flying on a windy day.
Here are some of my favorite little birds from the quilt. 
 Love the blue fabrics. 


 And the reds....so sweet!
and then this pretty flowery purple fabric. 
Here is a look of the fun fabric I used on the back and the cute grunge dot as the binding. 
 Its cute little birds! 
One more look before I go.
 Thanks for stopping by and until I see you again wishing you Quilty hugs~ Heide 
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8 comments:

  1. Heide, this is lovely! Your birds are beautiful and what a great way to use special fabric!

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  2. How sweet! I love how soft and pretty the little birds are in Liberty fabrics. You made great use of those fat 8ths with the border, too :)

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  3. This is such a sweet little quilt. Those fabrics look great in the little birds. I love the quilting motif, it really does look like they are flying. Congrats on your finish.

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  4. This is adorable! I love the backing and the quilting.

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  5. Beautiful finish! I love the liberty prints and the quilting isa wonderful!

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  6. Oh lovely, the Liberty fabric is perfect for the pattern and the border frames it beautifully. Great finish and lovely quilting.

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  7. This is such a beautiful mini! Gorgeous fabrics and I really like the swirly quilting!

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