Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Blogger's Quilt Festival

  It comes around twice a year....the Blogger's Quilt Festival hosted by Amy at  Amy's Creative Side.   She works hard to give us a showcase for our quilts.....that's my motivation for entering this year.  Please take a few minutes to view and enjoy the entries.  Voting is next week I think.


This is Season's  Glow, my orange peel quilt.  Begin late last fall, it is the last quilt finished in my Year of Floral quilts.  My intention was to explore traditional patterns and translate those patterns into color wash designs  with floral fabrics.



  I have a very large stash of floral fabrics, so no duplicates in fabrics for the orange peels.      The orange peels are machine appliqued.  I shared the technique using fusible interfacing that I used to turn under the edges here.








Quilted by me..free hand all the way.  I did a simple outline on the peels, and small swirls in the border.
The border fabric is a soft mottled grey print that gave this quilt an old fashion look.









  Season's Glow is 55'' by 65'', and entered in the Applique Quilt category.




Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the festival.......happy stitching.

19 comments:

Ray and Jeanne said...

This is beautiful! The quilting also. I'll have to stop over at Amy's and see the others. ~Jeanne

Janet O. said...

It has such a soft, soothing appeal! You definitely have a way with the colorwash effect, Debbie!

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Nice quilt. I've done that method before, but, with non-fusible. I've thought about using the fusible for circles.

Linda Swanekamp said...

This is such a masterful quilt. The value placement and use is stellar. So many good quilts fall in the area of value. Love the orange peel design- I don't do machine applique, so I can appreciate the work you did.

Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

I love this quilt! It is a great example of traditional patterns with a colorwash effect.

Nicki said...

This quilt that you selected for your entry is perfect. It's a real beauty. I popped over to Amy's blog & there are a lot of beautiful entries. I wish I could see them all in person.

Kathy Schwartz said...

Beautiful quilt Debbie! I have always loved the Orange Peel design and your colour wash fabrics make it extra special!

Quilting Babcia said...

I should have known this would be your other entry in the festival! This is one of my favorites - always has been! Orange peel quilts have such a wonderful vintage look, softly old fashioned, lovable and perfect for snuggling.

Jeanne said...

Beautiful quilt and very creative use of the design!

Jasmine said...

This is gorgeous! It is fun seeing traditional quilts made in a colorwash style.

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

I absolutely love it! I have a peels quilt that I am working on here and there ( part of the Rainbow Scrap Challenge ) so it was so much fun to see yours :)

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

I absolutely love it! I have a peels quilt that I am working on here and there ( part of the Rainbow Scrap Challenge ) so it was so much fun to see yours :)

Sarah @ Georgia Girl Quilts said...

Gorgeous quilt! It looks so light and airy, but cozy at the same time.

Cheree @ That Morning Latte said...

So so pretty, and love the quilting!

Ginette said...

What a lovely quilt! I love the colour wash effect.

Lena Pugacheva said...

beautiful quilt and such a great showcase for all the lovely prints!

Jo Ho said...

fantastic

Amy - Amy's Creative Side said...

Love your use of color - so pretty! Thanks for sharing :)

Silvia LGD (Little Green Doll) said...

So beautiful quilt!

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