Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Bloggers Quilt Festival - Autumn 2012

Amy's Creative Side



If you haven't visited the Bloggers Quilt Festival yet you need to rush over and browse over 300 quilts all in one place from the comfort of your own home.




Over the last two years I have become a bit smitten with Bonnie & Camille's fabric. It started when I bought two Moda scrap bags online sight unseen. One was Bliss and I fell in love and went surfing the internet for some more. Of course I came to their lines late in the game so there wasn't much left of Bliss but I found some. Then I saw a couple of Farmer's Wife quilts using their lines and I jumped on the band wagon. Then I acquired some Ruby and made Camille's Hopscotch pattern (still in progress) with scraps being added to my Farmer's Wife box. Recently I bought some Vintage Modern to use for the new Fat Quarterly Retreat kinky bee. As those blocks came home, I added the scraps to the box.




When the Vintage Holiday quiltalong started in blogland, it was a no brainer to jump into the remaining Bonnie and Camille fabrics and piece along. I used my favourite Moda white on white for the background. This pattern is simple but effective and has become Lizzie's favourite quilt to snuggle under whilst watching television and is already on display in the lounge even though Christmas is two months away.


 

Details:
Pattern : Vintage Modern by Camille Roskelley
Fabric: Bliss, ruby and Vintage Modern by Bonnie & Camille with Moda white on white and Kona light red for binding
Quilting pantograph: Alex b2b by Anne Bright



Blogger’s Quilt Festival Stats
Finished quilt measures : 51" by 64"
Special techniques used : none
Quilted by : Sue Bone
Best Category : Throw Quilt, Photography, Scrap Quilt

10 comments:

Cindy said...

Very pretty! I love that line as well. Wait till you get your hands on Marmalaid. She brings some orange to her fabrics.

Nice photography!

Lonci said...

Very stunning quilt:)))

Lonci said...

Very stunning quilt:)))

CitricSugar said...

So sweet! And it's Christmas-y without screaming "Christmas!!!" at the top of its lungs. :-)

Swedish Scrapper said...

Oh my goodness, you are devoted! Lovely herald for Christmas!

Jennifer said...

gorgeous! I have this pattern sitting idly and waiting.. i fear it may continue to wait.. good luck! #267

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Very pretty quilt. There are SO many quilts to visit. I think someone said over 400 now. Love your pictures.

Lorraine said...

This looks gorgeous love how you have displayed it on the tower, just lovely.

Alison said...

Gorgeous! I keep seeing these ornament quilts and now I am going to have to make one myself!

martilindsey said...

Love the backdrop for your fantastic quilt!