I've been wracking my little brain trying to think of exciting blocks or new patterns for an adorable fat quarter bundle of Michael Miller fabric. Finally it occurred to me that nothing at all is wrong with a simple patchwork quilt. How could it be any sweeter?
|36" x 46"|
Five inch squares sewn together. Guilty glances at my Accuquilt Go Cutter
that is still sealed in the box with a 5" square die. Five inch squares are so easy to cut ... why did I pick that die??
Hand quilted with straight lines through the blocks.
Easy and not complicated. Just like a baby. Now .... on to dresdens. Come join me
Lovely lovely simplicity!ReplyDelete
Couldn't agree more about doing something simple..why do we always need to make things complex? I love the fabrics and the five inch blocks show off the beauty of the fabrics...ReplyDelete
Perfect!! I love me a patchwork quilt. : ) The eat, play, sleep, repeat is so sweet. It's just the right touch of something special.ReplyDelete
How sweet! Just love the eat, play, sleep, repeat in the corner!ReplyDelete
None more sweet that's for sure!:)ReplyDelete
That was a quick put together quilt! I love the words you added in.ReplyDelete
I love the soft colors in this, and you're right, sometimes simple is best!!ReplyDelete
I absolutely agree - sometimes simple is better! And you certainly made this beautiful. The handquilting is gorgeous and I just love that quote. What a beautiful quilt!ReplyDelete
This is lovely and once again your hand quilting is perfect!ReplyDelete
Yes I agree simple squares are often the best way to showcase nice fabrics. Like the writing on the back!ReplyDelete
This is indeed a beautiful way to show off these adorable fabrics. Your hand stitching is a perfect compliment to the quilt. Beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
I agree, simple squares make a stunning quilt, esp when you have gorgeous fabrics like these, great job. xoReplyDelete
sometimes a simple patchwork is the way to go. i love how the squares show off the cute prints!ReplyDelete
You are right, it's lovely :)ReplyDelete
It's lovely! You really do need to open up that cutter and thry it out. :-)ReplyDelete
I am a huge fan of simple! Your quilt is beautiful!ReplyDelete
Oooh and it's hand quilted. Thank you for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
You are so right. Simple IS best.ReplyDelete