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Jaylen’s Wonky Geese Quilt

Jaylen’s Wonky Geese Quilt

Continuing with the theme of wonky flying geese, I used two different sizes of geese on this quilt.  Again my inspiration came from Pinterest.

I used a grey background with Malka Dubrawsky’s collection A Stitch in Time by Moda for the geese and scrappy border.  You can still get that fabric line here and here.

Here is the inspiration photo from pinterest.  It is actually a poster from 1958.  It’s amazing where you can find inspiration for a quilt pattern. Clearly I took artistic license to create my quilt pattern. I used two sizes of geese and flipped them around.

Here are more photos of the quilt.  I quilted this one myself using randomly placed triangles made from templates of the geese.

  

I used fat quarters of the same fabric collection in a different color way for the back of the quilt. I sashed it with the same grey from the front and bound the quilt with the same scrappy 2 1/2 inch strips that I used for the scrappy border.

This pattern is available in my Etsy Shop.

I am linking to Sew Modern Monday at Canoe Ridge Creations and Sew Darn Crafty Linky Party at Sew Many Ways.  Both blogs have lots of fabulous links to check out if you have some time.

Thanks for checking in.

Irelle

 

 

 

 

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Blogger’s Quilt Festival Quilt

Blogger’s Quilt Festival Quilt

It’s that time again – Amy Ellis at Amy’s Creative Side is hosting the Blogger’s Quilt Festival.  This is an opportunity for bloggers all over the world to post photos of their quilts so we can all enjoy a virtual quilt show.  Thanks to Amy!

My quilt for this Festival is my version of Facade.  Rachel Griffith from P.S. I Quilt did a Build a Quilt Workshop online about 6 months ago.  I used the workshop quilt as the center of my quilt.  The blocks were made up of half square triangles and a rectangle to make a 4″x6″ block.  I wanted to showcase the fabulous Heirloom collection by Joel Dewberry for Free Spirit Fabrics in my quilt rather than a more scrappy effect so I chose to combine HST’s of the same fabric so you see a larger block of each print.

Once the center was complete, I decided to make a larger version of the block to surround the center section using the larger blocks horizontally on the sides and vertically on the top and bottom.  I added a couple of borders to complete the queen size quilt top.

    

Heirloom comes in three different colorways. (You can still get this fabulous collection here and here.) I used a combination of the Ruby and Sapphire Palettes in my quilt top.  And then I used the remaining fat quarters from those two palettes to piece the back along with some tone on tone white.

    

I made pillow cases and pillow shams out of some of the Heirloom prints to complete my bed ensemble. Heidi Duryea from Rocky Mountain Quilting did the quilting for me. She does a wonderful job.

    

I am thrilled to have this beautiful quilt on my bed. I love this fabric collection and it makes my room bright and happy although I’m not typically a pink kind of girl.

Thanks for stopping by my blog.  It’s been pretty quiet around here the last couple of months as I have been in the middle of a major move.  Things have finally settled down so I hope to get back into a more regular routine of blogging my creative efforts. I hope you’ll check in again.

Thanks again to Amy for hosting the Bloggers Quilt Festival!

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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On my design wall – Facade Quilt

On my design wall – Facade Quilt

1/24/2011 – STILL on my design wall.  I am making larger blocks for a border and should be finished tonight!  Linked to WIP at Freshly Pieced.

 

A few months ago I joined a Quilt Along with Rachel at P.S. I Quilt to do her Facade Quilt.  I put it aside when I got caught up in Christmas gifts but here it is – ready to be finished!  I used Joel Dewberry’s Heirloom line in a mix of the Ruby and Sapphire colorways.

I love how it is coming out.  I experimented with a number of different layouts along with the ones that Rachel proposed.  I liked how the half square triangle formed a different pattern with this layout.  I like this so much that I am going to make it bigger so it will fit my queen size bed.  This portion of the quilt fits the top of the bed pretty well so I am just going to add borders to make it queen size.  I’ll post again when it’s done.

Thanks for checking in.

Irelle

Blogger’s Quilt Festival – My original design

Blogger’s Quilt Festival – My original design

My inspiration for quilting is found in the beautiful contemporary fabric available today.  I discovered a contemporary quilt shop about 18 months ago and my love of quilting returned with enthusiastic passion after laying dormant for about 20 years. My stash grew from pratically nothing to the point that it overtook my home office. I have been producing quilts at a very rapid pace ever since and just wish I had more time.

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