Hello Jessica, I totally adore the fabrics you chose to create this fantastic quilt! I usually go for a more traditional style of pattern, but am very flexible on fabric choices (there are just far to many gorgeous, unique and perfect to work with) available to stay in one area. Yet, your pattern is such an eye catcher, I know I would make it a couple of times! Thank you for sharing your fantastic photos and quilt! Have a great day!
Congratulations to our winner, Katy M for the Apple Hill Farm fat quarter bundle!
Thank you all for participating in our giveaway! Katy M, please private message me at quiltwithlove [@] rjrfabrics [dot] com your non PO Box shipping address and I will ship the bundle on out to you!
“I have always been drawn to two-colored quilts and embroidered projects. I love doing handwork, stitchery, handquilting, embroidery and punch needle. This is really what inspired me to create this next line. The prints are adapted from vintage swatches circa 1880s. There is a mix of ground shades. The crisper whiter grounds represent my interpretation of what the fabrics would have been in their original state. The tea stained grounds are how the grounds appear now in the original vintage swatches. I wanted to give people the option of ground shades, a newer look or a vintage look. Quilters can also choose to combine the ground shades to give more depth in their projects. If you look at a vintage quilt you will notice that there is a lot of variation in the background because of how fabrics age differently over time.”
“This collection is not limited to traditional Redwork and Bluework and two-color quilts. The original concept was to design two distinct color groupings, however, they can be mixed and matched to create wonderful Americana themed, Quilts of Valor and other patriotic projects.”
Here Audrey Wright, designer of Legacy Patterns, shows us a few of the blocks from her Anna’s Runner pattern.
Kits and fabrics are shipping now. Make sure to ask for the collection, Redwork Meets Bluework, at your local, independent quilt shop!
Lynette Anderson got into quilting when she worked on her baby quilt for her first born. She has the quilt still and used it as an inspiration for her new pattern, which will be available on her website soon. She has recently reworked her design to incorporate fabrics from her fabrics lines with RJR; Bread and Butter and Pocket Full of Daisies. I love the crib size baby quilt, the stitchery is lovely.
SKU’s used are: Floral 2002-003, Stripe 2007-001, and Grey 2407-001.
Share with us your first quilt design and #quilwithlove story to be entered in to win a fat quarter bundle of some of her Bread and Butter collection.
Second entry is if you sign-up for Lynette Anderson’s newsletter and leave a comment here.
Take a look at our latest Malam Batiks Brochure. It features the entire collection of Malam Batiks 1, 2 and 3 as well as various kit projects and pre-cuts. Share with us what you would create with out of our batiks for a chance to win a collection of fat quarters featuring Malam Batiks by Jinny Beyer!
Amazing mini by Alissa of Gold Shoe Girl featuring our upcoming Everything but the Kitchen Sink due out this fall! Visit her blog to see how the project came together plus a chance to win a FQ bundle of the fabrics she used.
photo taken by Friends in Photography
My family owns and operates an apple orchard in the fall. When I picked my colors from the gorgeous selection of Cotton Supreme Solids I went with a pallette of reds, oranges, greens, and blues to go along with the apple orchard theme.
This fun pattern, Woodland and Stuft Napper, is a fun sleeper for any child sleepover.
With schools starting now or at least very soon, Sue has some fun backpack patterns. The start of Kindergarten couldn’t be more exciting.
Rachael’s home near Wanaka in New Zealand’s South Island is neighbored by a farm, which is what inspired the mother-daughter duo to choose apples as their theme for their next line. Christine’s daily foraging for wild apples with her grandchildren inspired her to infuse the line with apple trees and apples, and she spared no design.
The quilt is a kit project, designed by Kids Quilts, Fun On The Farm (9653-38) – designed for boys and girls alike. Fun on the Farm captures the spirit of Apple Hill Farm in vibrant colors and crisp white borders. This crib quilt is easy to finish and perfect for a beginning quilter wanting to learn raw edge appliqué. It finishes at 44 by 53 inches.
Our winner for the #whatshaderu blog hop post is Kathleen Dalecio!
Please message me here at quiltwithlove [at] rjrfabrics [dot] com, your non PO Box shipping address and I’ll get the fat quarter bundle shipped on out to you!