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Not So Twin Strips in Linen

Not So Twin Strips in Linen

I am writing a new post about this linen quilt for the Blogger’s Quilt Festival.

 This quilt was inspired by a carpet pattern that I saw in a hotel somewhere a couple of years ago.  After creating a design in my software program with all the measurements for the strips, I made the quilt in a two color theme using a couple of Kaffe prints and two coordinating solids.

I was inspired to create this same quilt pattern in neutrals and linen after seeing a number of quilts using linen.  I happened to have quite a few linens in my stash so I combined those with several other cotton neutrals to create two strip sets.  I added the pops of color to add interest in the neutral background.


I am typically a “topper” and I almost always send my quilts to my favorite long arm quilter, Heidi at Rocky Mountain Quilting.  However, I am trying to improve my quilting skills and since both of these quilts are smallish, I chose to quilt them myself.  I did a simple straight line zig zag pattern on the blue version.  I got adventurous on the linen version and did concentric circles that overlap.  I started the circles over the pops of color. I love the affect of the quilting – especially after I washed the quilt.

Blogger’s Quilt Festival Stats
Finished quilt measures : 51″ x 54″
Special techniques used : strip piecing
Quilted by : ME
Best Category : Lap Quilt, Home Machine Quilted
Thanks for checking in.  Be sure to check out all the other quilts in the Blogger’s Quilt Festival!  Thanks to Amy for this fabulous display of beautiful quilts.
P.S.  I have a pattern available for this quilt in my Etsy shop!



  1. Rachel says:

    Love the neutral quilt. It definitely makes the colors pop. Are concentric circles hard to do on a home sewing machine. I would like to attempt those some day.

    • Irelle Beatie says:

      It is easier than you would think. I used my walking foot and by rolling the sides of the quilt up, it was easy to rotate the quilt around as I was stitching the circles. Try it on something small first but I think you’ll like the result.

  2. Jan says:

    Very creative. You quilt is stunning.

  3. Marci Girl says:

    Wow, that is some impressive quilting on such a lovely quilt!

  4. Carla says:

    I love the pops of colour in this low volume!! Beautiful.

  5. It’s amazing that such a jaw-dropping quilt was inspired by hotel carpet. ;) You did some amazing work!

  6. Nina-Marie says:

    ohhhhh those circles add a ton of movement and texture to this quilt – love love them! If you see them pop up in the next year in my work you’ll know you were the inspiration. Just lovely!

  7. Sewfrench says:

    I have to go back through my pictures, but I believe I took a picture of that carpet, too! Everyone we go, we walk on some really great quilt designs!
    Beautiful job pulling this one off!

  8. liz says:

    ooh, Irelle, you know I LOVE this quilt! I’m looking forward to buying your pattern once it’s ready!

    • Irelle Beatie says:

      I wrote the pattern with four sizes and it is ready. I’ll bring some to the Modern meeting next week. I’ve almost sold out of the first printing :)

  9. Emily says:

    The quilting is incredible! Such a pretty quilt!

  10. CitricSugar says:

    This so very pretty.

  11. Camilla says:

    I love the muted neutrals with pops of colour here and the quilting is great! Well done.

  12. Robin says:

    Oh, my. The quilting just pops on the linen… gorgeous work! Inspired by a carpet… that is so awesome!!!

  13. I love the neutrals with the little bits of colour, the design is great too, but the quilting! That really makes it something else entirely, its brilliant!

  14. This is a stunning quilt and it just goes to show you that you need to keep your eyes wide open as there is inspiration out there! Take care.

  15. tusen says:

    I love the combination of various neutrals with a touch of colour. The quilting is great, too.

  16. Camilla says:

    This is great! I don’t think you should worry about sending any more for someone else to do! Well done in getting to the finals!


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