Thursday, October 8, 2009


I fell in love with the “Recess” range of fabrics last year and knew I would have to make a quilt with them. I bought my first ever layer cake and some yardage and got planning. After some playing around with angles and graph paper, I came up with this block layout:


I made the quilt top with a simple layout, and sashing. It looks like this currently:


I’m going to get it quilted professionally, as it won’t fit into my machine. I’ll give you an update when it’s all done. There were a few left over blocks, so I made this quilt:


I like the red border on this one – the large quilt need the red binding to finish it off I think. As this one was also small (40”), I quilted it with the flower design in the centre of each block. (see close up above) Below is the back of the quilt – it had to be made up of all the left over scraps…


I might end up using this one as my ‘Summer’ quilt to hang near the front door… at least until I am inspired by some other summery fabrics. Mmm, that fabric was fun to work with…


Happy stitching to you all,




suzitee said... are such a busy patchworker! I don't know where you find the time, but LOVE seeing all your beautiful creations :)

Kathie said...

cute quilt!
love how you made the back and I agree, red binding!!!!
never have enough red!

texmorg said...

Yes i think the red binding will just be the perfect thing. Well done

Nuts To You! said...

This is so fun! I love the design:)

A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

Looks great! The red binding will really finish it off a treat

Janelle said...

HI Katherine
I am finally near a computer at my friend Heidi's house! Love what you've done with that gorgeous Recess fabric.
Love Janelle xx

SewCalGal said...

Cheerful quilt. I love your blog. and I love the friendship that your blog shares with others.