Meet Cottage Flower. It is a big quilt, and the thing I remember most about this quilt is that I took forever selecting fabrics. I had the floral for the outer border first, and then I collected the rest of the fabrics from there. Another thing I recall is the sawtooth inner border intimidated me. I'd never done one before; how would I ever get it to fit? Obviously, it did, thankfully.
The remaining Thimbleberries quilts have all been shown on the blog before, but I've never pulled them together like this.
Tulip wall hanging; machine quilted.
|Confetti Stars 2.0; quilt top|
|September Stars; quilt top|
|Nine-Patch Criss Cross; quilt top|
|Confetti Stars; quilt top|
Little Heart Wall Hanging; Machine Quilted.
|Sampler; machine quilted|
|Trail Mix; machine quilted.|
|Nine-Patch Criss Cross; hand quilted by Grandma.|
|Fall Foliage; quilt top|
Peppermint Pinwheel (the one in the book was a red and white Christmas quilt); quilt top
Snowflake Star; quilt top
|Hourglass; quilt top|
Well. that's enough for now. It's been rather nice going back through pictures to see these quilts again. It does confirm that I do indeed love to make quilts using Thimbleberries patterns.
Happy Quilting, Friends!