August 15, 2012

Another class quilt!

Now this is what you call easy peasy! And it would be another great beginners class. The inspiration for this quilt is from a pattern by my good friends Bonnie and Brenda. I am calling it Layer Cake Magic. It's all cut from one layer cake and a little yardage for the borders. When you have fabrics as fun as this, it makes for the perfect quilt. A real fresh and modern quilt. Oh by the way the layer cake I used is called "Oh Deer" from Momo. And the green solid I used for the borders is a Michael Miller cotton couture, the color grass.
Even the 1" inside border is cut from leftover blocks. No extra fabric needed.
For my backing I used up some of Momo's older lines that matched so well. I love pieced backings and it's a great way to use some of those larger pieces piling up in the stash piles.
And the binding, another favorite of mine. I just can't wait for the quilt to get off the quilting frames so I can get started. I always have something on hand to bind, in fact I have 2 baby quilts waiting for me just in case I don't have one that is on a dead line. Love, love, love binding!
Ramona quilted an all over flower and leaf combination on this one. She used a variegated thread with greens, yellows and reds.
Stop by and see this cute quilt. Once you see it, I bet you will want to take the class. Did I mention that when you sign up for the class the pattern is free. And I also have these layer cakes hiding just for you too. Shhhhhhhhh, it's a secret from M & M.


carina said...

How nice again! Groet carina

Yvonne said...

Another cute one. You have the cutest lines of fabric to work with. Love the green!