Friday, May 15, 2015

A Spring Blogger's Mini

AmysCreativeSide.com

Yep, it is that most wonderful time of the blogger's year again!
My entry in the mini category will come as no surprise to some of you!
It has featured in recent blog posts here and, with a few tips and links to tutorials, here!
It is certainly a shining star in my quilty sky!
I included pockets in each corner to hang variously as it suits me :)

The fabric choices are in keeping with my Simply Sawtooth BOM
Cathedral Windows Mini
9"x 18"
Fabrics:
 A little Amy, Aneela, Kate, Khristian, Lotta, Lizzy, Denyse, Jane, Joel, and Ralph (Lauren that is) in the background, the wee orange check :)
Thanks so much for stopping by!

18 comments:

Jacque said...

Wow! This is stunning! Thanks for sharing this inspirational project!

Wendy said...

Gorgeous, i love cathedral window quilts and this one is so modern, it's just perfect!

Linda in Calif. said...

Ahhh...this is so pretty. I love all the fabrics and the little orange check inside.

Lara B. said...

"A shining star in your quilty sky" - i love that line Sarah. And your list of fabrics was fun to because it makes me think more about the people behind the fabrics when you call them by their first names. This is a great entry and I wish you the best!

Bella Quilts said...

I love the way the circles in the Cathedral Window look so perfect. It is a bright and cheerful little quilt.

Karen @ Pieces of Contentment said...

A beautiful entry for the mini quilts section!

Gina said...

Good luck Sarah to you and your beautiful mini!!!!

Karin said...

That looks stunning. I never done a cathedral window quilt like that. Looks complicated.

Judy@Quilt Paradigm said...

Wow! There is nothing like a cathedral window and yours are just perfect!! Beautifully done and good luck in the show!! :)

Julie said...

Your mini is beautiful, and now I have to go hunt it over at Amy's Festival. I've never done a cathedral window, but it looks very complicated. The colors you've used are so spring/summer like, and makes me think maybe it would be a fun project to tackle.

Julie

audrey said...

Really lovely work! The colors are wonderful.:)

Jennie said...

Beautiful - I admire anyone who can complete a cathedral window quilt!

leanne said...

super sweet mini - really happy colours !

Sandra @SewofCourse said...

A wonderful mini! I love the way you have changed the colour on a couple of background sections! I've never tried to stitch cathedral windows by machine, it seems so tricky to get that right... but you nailed it!

Karen Thurn said...

Absolutely stunning! I've got a cathedral windows quilt on my "to do" list so I'll have to check out your past blogs for insight. Good luck!

Yana said...

I love it. it caught my eyes right away.

grapes and hearts said...

Oh my gosh, your mini is awesome!
You really nailed it. I never tried a cathedral window quilt but now I want to! Good job!

ipatchandquilt said...

It is such a pretty little thing! Fabulous!!!
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