Friday, August 28, 2009

Coins Quilt

This summer I have been trying to use up some of my fabric scraps as they seem to be taking over my sewing room.  This is one of the quilts made from those scraps.  It is machine pieced and  quilted.  It is 42 in X 52 in.  I have given it to a nephew and his wife.

 

Here is a detail photo of some of the fabrics.  I love the flying pig.

 

Here is another detail photo which shows some carolers, a zebra, some boots, and lots of colors.

 

In this photo you’ll find flowers, dots, dogs, and trees.

 

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love your coins quilt! It's such a pretty assortment of fabrics and colours.

Jabulani said...

This is a lovely, fun, colourful quilt. I love that you've used up your scraps in such a creative way.

foodmathquilts said...

Beautiful! I like the brights with the tan sashing. I'd never heard of stacked coins until a couple of months ago, but now I'm seeing them everywhere ... this is a pattern on my "to try" list.

Sarah

Dragonfly said...

Are those chillis? Awesome.

Guzzo said...

Very nice, lucky them.

tina said...

Just found your site. I'm a Conway quilter (newly obsessed). Your coin quilt is beautiful. I love the variety and soothing browns. I did one as well. I mainly did white and aqua. I am thinking I will do another, since they are so fun and easy to do. Enjoying your site.

rlbates said...

Thank you all.