Blogger's Quilt Festival - Modern

43" x 43"
Improvisational piecing 

Blogger's Quilt Festival is happening now. I was motivated to enter one wall hanging and now I am going to go ahead and enter another favorite for this year.  This was a score from the Improv Handbook for Modern Quilters by Sherri Lynn Wood. I started this project at a sew day with several other members of my local quilt group. It just was so fun to do.
"Literally floating squares"  - I had to say it ...again!
My original post is HERE

Spiral Quilting using and walking foot and Aurifil thread. 

The last of my IKEA fabric!
Love that building but it was so bright and I was in the bushes...haha Oh well what we do for our love of quilts!

I am entering this one into the MODERN Quilt category! Please click on the link below and stop by to vote.  Voting is open the 29th - nov 5th
Also you can nominate up to 3 quilts for  VIEWERS CHOICE just click on the link and vote by Oct 29th. 

Thank you!

Voting is open now so check out my quilt in the Modern category HERE 
Check out all the great quilts and vote for your favorite 3 in each category. You click on the grey hearts in the upper right corner and it turns red when you have voted for it. Thanks again!

Thanks again to Amy Ellis for hosting this Blogger's Quilt Festival!

Blogger's Quilt Festival - Fall 2015


Debbie said…
Very nice! So much to look at here!!
Béa said…
Very beautiful, love it !
Béa said…
Very beautiful, love it !
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QuiltSue said…
What a lovely cheerful quilt. I love how you quilted it too.
Sophie Zaugg said…
I love your version of score #1 ! Your colour scheme is really beautiful. It is really interesting to see how different they all can be.
This is beautiful! I think white was your filler fabric? All the white gives it a bright, airy feel. Great colors and I do love that Dewberry print. Thanks for sharing!
felicity said…
I've got the book and haven't started on any projects yet - yours is inspiring me!
Jennifer said…
Very cool! I found you through Rachel @ Stitched in Color!
Kat said…
Pretty! Great quilting choice!
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