3.29.2013

Fresh Mini Quilt Club - March 2013

Earlier this month I signed up for Megan's Fresh Mini Quilt Club. It seems as though whenever I sew anything for myself I'm always on a tight deadline and my projects are usually pretty time consuming. I signed up for the Fresh Mini Quilt Club because I wanted to make something simple and quick for myself. :)
I used these darling Sue Spargo, for Robert Kauffman fabrics and I love the colors.
When it came time to machine quilt my mini quilt I decided to quilt it just like my "Over Under" quilt. I loved how the circles turned out on that quilt so I quilted them again....and I still love them!
I used a grey Bella Solid for the backing and I think the machine quilting turned out pretty cute on the back too!

Hop on over to Megan's blog, Canoe Ridge Creations, I think you can still sign up for the Fresh Mini Quilt Club!

14 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Those circles are so perfect, do you mark them or is it free hand?

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  2. That is really cute and you did such a great job on the machine quilting. How did you get all your circles so even and perfect? Nice job.

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  3. Your quilt turned out awesome. I am still working on mine. I love the colors you chose! I went a little bit "patriotic with mine. How did you get your circles so perfect? Are they free motion or did you do a small panto or something? I really do love how yours turned out!

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  4. Love the machine quilting! We followed your blog...please follow us back! Thank you! quackadoodlequilt.blogspot.com

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  5. I have the same question! Did you freehand your circles? How did you mark your quilt?

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  6. Dang woman! Those are some perfect circles! Nice!

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  7. This is exquisite!!! Bubble wrap in fabric form ;)

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  8. The quilting is so cool! And yes, the back is just as cool looking as the front!

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  9. Popped in here following the link from you latest post. I love the mini quilt. I'm tempted now! Wonderful quilting as always ... was it a challenge to load up on the frame, being so small?

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