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Work in Progress – Janelle’s Quilt

Work in Progress – Janelle’s Quilt

After two years of stashing the fabric that Tracey, my daughter, chose for my granddaughter Janelle’s twin size quilt – I finally got started.  We had a Santa Barbara Modern Quilt Guild Sew Day on Saturday and it was the perfect time to start this quilt.  The focus fabric is the tulips and we chose coordinating colorful prints to make this a great quilt for a 3 year old.

The tulips came in a panel that I cut apart and then bordered with two different fabrics.  I also made some Disappearing 4-Patch blocks.  I did some scrappy log cabin but Tracey thought they were too busy so I will put them on the back.  We decided on square in a square for the remaining blocks.

Now I just need to add the white sashing and then the coordinating border.  This is the border fabric.  There are four horizontal strips so I will cut them apart and add them as a border and then I’m going to bind in red.

My goal is to have this complete by the time I leave for Sisters, Oregon on July 7th.  I’m linking to WIP Wednesdays at Freshly Pieced.  Lots of projects to check out there!

Thanks for checking in.

 

Irelle

 

Works in Progress

Works in Progress

I am trying to get my blogging schedule back in a better routine after my move. Blog posts two days in a row is a start :)

I taught my first quilting class at Roxanne’s, A Wish and A Dream in Carpinteria on May 21st.  We are making my Stars and Stripes Americana Quilt.

While my students worked on sewing red and white Half Square Triangles, I worked on HSTs using Sunkissed by Sweetwater for Moda to make a zig zag quilt.

On Saturday, I taught an all day quilt class on my “Anna Quilt”. I’ve made this pattern in 4 different fabrics (see those quilts here) and started a new one while my students were busy with their projects.  Here is my top in progress.

This top is made with “Grow With Me” by Katie Strain, Arrin Turnmire and Deb Strain for Moda.  It is an adorable baby boy collection and perfect for my daughter’s friends Alex and Doug and their new twin boys.  Its off to Heidi at Rocky Mountain Quilting for some long arm magic before we gift it to the twins.

I’ll keep you posted on my progress with finishing these projects.

I’m linking to Freshly Pieced, WIP Wednesday.

Thanks for checking in.

Irelle

 

For Baby Angelina

For Baby Angelina

I am going to a baby shower on Saturday for my daughter-in-law’s cousin Mikaela who also happened to be the nanny for my twin grandchildren, Michael and Giuliana when they were born in 2009.  Mikaela feels like family even though we are not technically related.  She is expecting a baby girl in May.  She picked out some fabric for the nursery and asked me to make a couple of banners.  Here they are hanging in my livingroom.

The center two fabrics with the brown background were the main fabrics along with some coordinating colors. I don’t know the collection for most of the fabrics as Mikaela gave them to me. I added some from my stash including several colors of Grow with Me by Moda to complete the banner and then used the same fabric for a quilt.

    

I modified a pattern by Joel Dewberry called Heirloom Album that I found in the Fall 2011 issue of Fabric Trends – it is also on the cover.  I used the pink square on white fabric of Aneela Hoey’s Sherbet Pips collection by Moda for the connecting strips and a jelly role of snow made it go together really easily.

    

I used Ann Kelle’s Argyle in Peony for Robert Kaufman on the back with a couple of leftover fat quarters and one of my favorite fat quarters from my stash – Cape Ann by Moda.

I had enough scraps leftover that I made another quilt top with the same fabric but I’ll save that for another day.

I’m linking up to Finish it Up Friday at Crazy Mom Quilts and Sew & Tell at AmyLouWhoSews.   It’s Monday and now I’m linking to Canoe Ridge Creations Sew Mondern Monday and Sew Many Ways.

Thanks for checking in.

Irelle

A new challenge – teaching….

A new challenge – teaching….

Our local quilt shop in Carpinteria, CA, Roxanne’s – A Wish and a Dream has asked me to teach a couple of classes using my original patterns. I am flattered and nervous and excited and scared all wrapped up in one! I have been scrambling to get the two samples made and have the pattern tested – thanks, Bee!

The first class I will be teaching is my Anna Quilt.  I love this pattern. I am working hard on getting the pattern published.  Who knew it was so hard to write clear, consise instructions for constructing a quilt!! The pattern is versatile and goes together very easily.  My sample for the class is using the boy version of Children at Play by Sarah Jane for Michael Miller.  If you’re local, Roxanne’s carries a good selection of the fabric.  If not, you can find it here and here.

    

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Jazz Quilt

Jazz Quilt

I made quilts for several family members for Christmas gifts. I couldn’t post about them as I completed them in December as some of my family follows my blog and I didn’t want to give away the surprise.  First up is the Jazz Quilt for my brother, David.  He is a musician and plays the trombone in a local jazz band so the theme of this quilt was perfect for him.

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Lots and lots of baby quilts

Lots and lots of baby quilts

I just finished ANOTHER baby quilt.  I LOVE to make baby quilts.  The available fabrics are so amazing and such fun to create with.  And I have to admit that any excuse to make a new quilt is a good one.  This one is now on it’s way to it’s new home – the sister of my daughter-in-law and her new baby girl, Raffaela.  The nursery is mint green with coral/orange and navy accents.  Those colors were a bit challenging to find but I love the result.  I used Alphabet Soup by Riley Blake Designs in both the boy and girl colors in order to pick up the orange and green as the primary prints. You can find it here and here.  It’s an original pattern and So much fun.

         

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