Hi everyone, Happy Spring! Just thought I’d share my newest quilt with you, made in a Tumbler Pattern. I finished it over the weekend, and love how it turned out. With each quilt I make I’m trying new things: new piecing shapes, quilting patterns, color combinations and more!
Piecing shapes: I used the Big Shot Pro and a Tumbler Die to cut the pieces, which made the cutting process quick and easy, and it didn’t take long to sew this quilt top together since the Tumbler pieces are so large – about 8″ (finished). I also think these large quilt pieces are perfect for showing off the gorgeous Kaffe Fassett prints!
Quilting pattern: I tried a meandering wavy line for the actual quilting, and also tried my hand at machine binding this quilt. It’s a bit wonky-looking close up, but I think that if I keep practicing this technique – and go more slowly while sewing – my bindings will look “nice enough” while still saving me the hours and hours of hand stitching on the back of the quilt’s binding.
Color combinations: This quilt is a riot of color, which is a departure for me. I love color, but often use neutrals as a base with a pop of color when creating. Using all these patterns and colors together has definitely pushed some of my boundaries, and I’m so glad!
I hope you’ve enjoyed this peek at quilt #2. The quilt top for quilt #3 is already complete, and I’ll be sure to share it once it’s quilted and the binding is complete.