I recently finished a quilt for my niece using my In The Right Direction Quilt pattern . She likes blues and purples, so I focused on a range of those colors for the arrows. Fabrics Used: ( starting with the upper right arrow and working clockwise ) Speckled – Witchy (Rashida Coleman-Hale) Greatest Hits Vol. 1 Sunstars – Violet (Libs Elliot) Kona Cotton Solid – Velvet Kona Cotton Solid – Regal Speckled – Navy (Rashida Coleman-Hale) Kona Cotton Solid – Riviera Speckled – Blue Ribbon (Rashida Coleman-Hale) Phosphor – Orbit (Libs Elliot) Kona Cotton Solid – Paris Blue Background Fabric – Speckled – White Gold (Rashida Coleman-Hale) Binding Fabric – Speckled Blue Ribbon (Rashida Coleman-Hale) Backing Fabric – Rainbow Butterflies (Andover Fabrics) My General Quilting Process Additionally, I decided to custom quilt each arrow. I prefer straight line walking foot quilting on my Janome 9400. Every quilt is different, but these are the general steps I take to quilt, especially when I’m going
Welcome to the Spring 2021 Quilt Coat Along , hosted by TinaCurtis and Jessica Plunkett ! We are excited to bring together sewists to make one of the hottest fashion trends around – Quilt Coats. We'd like to start by acknowledging that quilt coats are not a new thing, they were found all over the world being made by people of color and of all different cultures. Below are examples from the International Quilt Museum and the Public Library Quilts page. We appreciate the beauty of both of these garments and are thankful for the rich history they lend to our current mainstream trend. https://www.internationalquiltmuseum.org/quilt/20140070004 View this post on Instagram A post shared by Public Library Quilts (@publiclibraryquilts) This is a low key sew along – while we have a relaxed six week schedule to try and keep you motivated, you are welcome to work at your own pace. Here are a few key details about the sew along if you’re interested in participating!