Friday, 12 December 2014

I Spy a Charm (the Matilda version)


Another quilt made using my I Spy a Charm pattern, this time using the Matilda collection by Alice Kennedy for Timeless Treasures and with alternating border colours (grey and orange) which gives the quilt a very different look from my Charley Harper I Spy a Charm quilt.


I made this quilt to be reversible so the quilting had to be something that was going to work on both the front and back.  These organic wavy lines gave the quilt great texture. 

It feels great to have this finished, it has been in the WIP pile for many, many months!

Quilt Stats
Finished Size: approx 57" by 80"
Pattern:  "I Spy a Charm" (available in my Craftsy store) 
Fabric: Matilda by Alice Kennedy for Timeless Treasures, with some Kate & Birdie Paper Co Bluebird Park print.   Background fabric is Moda Bella Bleached White, with the blocks framed in a generic grey and orange.
Binding: Dear Stella Confetti Dots in orange with an accent strip in s yellow Kate & Birdie Paper Co Bluebird Park print
Pieced and quilted by: me

Linking up to:
Finish It Up Friday (Crazy Mom Quilts)
TGIFF (hosted by Quilt Matters)

7 comments:

  1. this is lovely. It's an interesting way of arranging your blocks and creating movement. Nice quilting.

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  2. Your quilt is beautiful! I love the wavy lines!

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  3. Love the grey & orange teamed up with white! very pretty, Linda

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  4. I spy orange! It looks so fresh against the white and grey.

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  5. I really love this - great colours and I love the wavy line quilting :-)

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  6. This is such a fun pattern! I love this version even more than the one with Charlie Harper.... And I LOVE Charlie Harper. The grey and orange were such a great call for the frames. And the quilting is perfect. Organic wavy lines are one of my faves!

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  7. Its beautiful and fresh! By the way, Merry Christmas Sarah!

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