Monday, August 11, 2014

Thimble Blossoms Sampler

This quilt-as-you-go-adventure is finally completed. Ok, not done but the top is finished :)


Puddle Jump Block

Rise and Shine Block






A while ago, I came up with the idea to put a bunch of Thimble Blossom blocks together and make one big sampler quilt. There is just not enough time in the day to make each of Camille's beautiful quilts so this was the next best thing. All the blocks are different sizes so this one was a pain to figure out, but well worth the result. I love how this one turned out, and those small spools are still my favorite!

Sew long for now, 
Patch & Chels



14 comments:

  1. I agree - I love the spools! The top looks great, and good job fitting all the different sizes and blocks into a very cohesive and lovely top. :)

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  2. I really like this! How big is it?

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  3. Chelsea, this is just beautiful! I love the sampler quilt block look! And your fabric choices are lovely (love the Tula squirrels!).

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  4. it has turned out beautifully - such a fantastic design :-)

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  5. A great idea brilliantly executed, well done you :)

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  6. Looks great! Love your quilt stand too and the darker swoon just pops!

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  7. So super cute! What a great way to incorporate all of those great designs. I've made a few of Camille's quilts and there are always more on my wish list :)

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  8. Super cute! That may have been really tough, figuring out where to put it all.

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  9. Oh my! I just love how this turned out. I just may have to make one of these myself. And I'm a big fan of the spools too. I've been toying with the idea of making a couple of them as wall hangings for my sewing room. Very cute finish. What method of quilt as you go, did you use?

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  10. Love it to bits, it is so pretty, design and colourwise.

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  11. Love it to bits, it is so pretty. The pattern and colour.

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  12. It is both beautiful and a complicated puzzle. I would have 'cheated' and added lashings of sashings to get my head around the math! Well done!

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  13. This is such a great idea! I love it!

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