Friday, June 14, 2013

Huckleberry quilt finish



It feels good to have a quilt finished! Isn't it the best feeling to take a new quilt out of the dryer?

This is the one I made at the class by Latifah Saafir on her Huckleberry quilt. It is also known as Porthole Baby Quilt from the book Seaside Home.

I love it and think it will look great in my son's room.


I quilted it similarly to Latifah's version. I tried something new to me in the center with overlapping rectangular shapes. The navy ring and grey border are concentric rings that I somewhat tediously marked out with a compass. 

I debated about the binding, but in the end went for the grey so it wouldn't really be seen. It makes that navy ring pop.

Fabrics: Kona in Navy and Iron; Reunion and Make Life by Sweetwater; Pezzy, Punctuation and Peas and Carrots by American Jane; 26 Letters by Chloe's Closet; Babysaurus by Blend Fabrics; Simply Color by V&Co; Robotex by Mint Blossom; Katie Jump Rope and various DS Quilts by Denyse Schmidt; Salt Water by Tula Pink; Sherbet Pips by Aneela Hoey; plus a few others

1 comment:

randi--i have to say said...

This is great! I love the fabrics you used!