Friday, August 30, 2013

From This Valley

I finished my Luxe in Bloom Churn Dash! I really like this quilt. I love the colors, the busy-ness, and the prints that you wouldn't think work together, but go together perfectly.

I've decided to name this quilt From This Valley, which is a song by the Civil Wars. This song is one of my favorites. It's also a very significant song for me - it was on repeat for months after my Mom died.

From This Valley - blogged at talesofineptitude.blogspot.com


For this quilt I used almost all the prints from Luxe in Bloom by Sarah Watson, and it is pieced in Aurifil 2024. It finishes 80x72. The design is my own, using traditional churn dash blocks.


From This Valley - blogged at talesofineptitude.blogspot.com


From This Valley - blogged at talesofineptitude.blogspot.com


From This Valley - blogged at talesofineptitude.blogspot.com


11 comments:

  1. Megan I love this quilt for oh so many reasons! It is amazing! Great finish and beautiful work. Love all the different sizes of blocks too!

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  2. This is so much fun! So bright and cheerful! I can't wait to see what you do with the quilting.

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  3. I, too, really like all the different sized blocks. This is a great quilt.

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  4. Absolutely beautiful!! LOVE it! Churn Dash is one of my favourite blocks and it looks awesome in that fabric. Great fun layout design too!

    (p.s. I am inept at word verification!!)

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  5. I really like the different sized churn dash blocks. It really makes the quilt fresh. Happy Friday!!

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  6. It's gorgeous! Excellent job!

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  7. This looks fantastic with all the Luxe in Bloom prints!

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  8. So Pretty--I like the large views of all those pretty fabrics...just lovely...Julierose

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  9. Awesome! It hides such nice surprises in the colors and shapes of the blocks. Lovely work!

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  10. Megan, these fabrics are so beautiful, and I love churn dashes! In fact, I'm working on one right now. BUT- I LOVE the mix of the different sizes. That makes the quilt so interesting.

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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