Monday, May 19, 2014

Blogger's Quilt Festival-take two!

I have decided to enter another quilt into the Bloggers Quilt Festival taking place over at Amy's!  This quilt will be in the small quilt category as it measures 43x58.  I made it and blogged about it back in February.

This is a pattern called Urban Escape by Jenny at SewKindOfWonderful using her QuickCurve Ruler. I love using this ruler and she has some really awesome patterns.  I just love how this came out, love the colors, love the fabrics I chose and I had so much fun quilting it on my Nolting longarm.  The snow and tobaggon made awesome props for photography even though it was very cold out that day!!

Funny thing is that I never bought all the fabrics at the same time, in fact the print with the ovals I bought like 2 years ago and then added the others in this past year. Amazing I found things that went together!  I used Hobbs 80/20 batting and Glide thread. 

Be sure to go check out all the inspiration that is entered into the festival! And good luck to all participants.  Voting is May 24-29

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  1. That is just gorgeous. I love the fabrics and they show up beautifully against the snowy background.

  2. Wonderful color and design. Curves... eek! It's a beautiful quilt.

  3. Ooh! I love this one! The colors are awesome and the quilting is so pretty! Great work!!

  4. Beautiful quilt Vicki and as usual......your quilting really brings it to life! Thanks for sharing at Linky Tuesday! Freemotion by the River

  5. Beautiful quilt and the quick curve ruler.

  6. I love that ruler.

    This is so great - your piecing and quilting are both so incredibly precise and clean!


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