December 27th, 2017

Quilt Round Up! Loads of Pics

by Julie Hirt

Recently I realized there are quite a few quilts I’ve never blogged about. I wanted to get them on here, mainly because it’s nice to look back and see all my finished quilts.

Going to post a lot of pics and not a lot of descriptions, but feel free to ask questions!

Are you ready? Here we go…

Selvedge Quilt

Selvage quilt 627handworks (2)

Selvage quilt 627handworks (3)

Selvage quilt 627handworks (1)

 

Fireman Themed – Custom Baby Quilt

Fireman Themed Maltese Cross (3)

Custom quilt request included dalmations, calico, gingham, firetruck quilting in a girly fireman theme. Drew up a simple maltese cross block – I think it turned out pretty cute!

Fireman Themed Maltese Cross (2)

Fireman Themed Maltese Cross (1)

 

Twin Royals quilts for my nephews

Twin Royals Quilts 627handworks (2)

I’m not a big applique lover, but I’ll do it for my nephews! Minky backed with KC quilting.

Twin Royals Quilts 627handworks (1)

Twin Royals Quilts 627handworks (3)

 

The Debbie – Rifle Paper Co Quilt

Rifle Paper Co Cotton Steel Quilt 627handworks (2)

Gifted over the holidays.  Linen mixed with Rifle Paper Co by Cotton + Steel on the front, rayon backing. It’s heavenly textured. Rifle Paper Co Cotton Steel Quilt 627handworks (1)

Rifle Paper Co Cotton Steel Quilt 627handworks (3)

 

Vintage Feedsack Quilt

Vintage Quilt 627handworks (3)

I scored this top a few years back for $20 at an antique store. We’ve dated it to the 30’s due to the lack of oranges and peaches in the fabrics. I quilted in a baptist fan pattern with wool batting.

Vintage Quilt 627handworks (4)

Vintage Quilt 627handworks (1)

My guess it’s an orphan top quilt because it’s all hodge podged together. I had to add the strip of white at the bottom to complete it.

Vintage Quilt 627handworks (2)

 

Granny Square Baby Quilt

Granny Square (5)

This was really fun to make – the binding is my favorite.

Granny Square (4)

Granny Square (3)

 

King Size Bow Tie Quilt

King Size Bow Tie quilt (7)

I didn’t have anyone to help take pics before it was delivered to it’s home, so I couldn’t fit it all into one shot. This one is a biggie.  I used Chestnut Street fabrics for the bowties and an Andover print for the background.

King Size Bow Tie quilt (4)

King Size Bow Tie quilt (1)

 

Crown Royal Quilt

Crown Royal Quilt 627handworks (2)

Crown Royal Quilt 627handworks (1)

Crown Royal Quilt 627handworks (3)

 

Cotton + Steel Scrap Buster

Cotton Steel 627handworks (1)

This is my favorite, favorite quilt and I use it daily. I think it’s because there’s not much white in it so I’m not afraid to use it. It’s my go to! I also like the large size of it, 80 x 92, as well as the dense quilting.

Cotton Steel 627handworks (2)

Cotton Steel 627handworks (3)

 

Unfinished Quilt Tops:

Orphan Block Paper Piecing

Orphan blocks – most are paper pieced from my Block Rockn series.  Actually sold this top so someone can quilt and enjoy it!

Plus Quilt

These blocks are from a swap. Sold this top as well so someone can quilt and enjoy it. My goal next year is to be realistic with my WIPs.

This was fun going through and seeing all the quilts!

 

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November 3rd, 2017

Bella Skill Builder Finish

by Julie Hirt

I love how my Bella Skill Builder quilt turned out.  Huge thanks to Fat Quarter Shop for this quilt along!

Bella Skill Builder 627handworks (1)

Bella Skill Builder 627handworks (2)

We head down to Santa Rosa Beach in Florida every fall. Since my quilt colors were originally inspired by an ocean sunset (orange, yellow, sand, blues) I decided to bring it along for pics.

Bella Skill Builder 627handworks (8)

I had plenty of fabric leftover to piece a back.

Bella Skill Builder 627handworks (9)

For the quilting I decided on a simple cross hatch design. Took me forever to decide because of all the different blocks on the front.

Bella Skill Builder 627handworks (7)

I wish we could take credit for making this sandcastle. Since it was right in front of our rental we at least saw it come together.

Bella Skill Builder 627handworks (5)

Signing off with Bojangles. The dogs loving going to the beach!

Bella Skill Builder 627handworks (6)

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October 1st, 2017

Bella Skill Builder Quilt Along: October

by Julie Hirt

I did it! I’ve finished all of my blocks for the Bella Skill Builder.

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These are the Lazy Angle blocks made the Creative Grids Lazy Angle ruler. Be sure to leave that last row unattached for the assembly process.

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I was really impressed with the ruler and can’t wait to explore more patterns I can use it with.

Next month is assembly and we’re done – I’m super excited!

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September 1st, 2017

Bella Skill Builder Quilt Along: September

by Julie Hirt

How fun is this?!

Bella Skill Builder Starburst 627handworks

This is the Starburst block and you’ll need to make 5.  I’m really excited how all of these blocks look together.

One more month of block making then we get to put it all together!

 

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August 3rd, 2017

Bella Skill Builder Quilt Along: August

by Julie Hirt

I like big blocks!

August Bella Skill Builder Julie Hirt

The August blocks for Fat Quarter Shop’s Bella Skill Builder are awesome.

August Bella Skill Builder Julie Hirt 2

The top block is 24″ and this one is 20″.  Just for funsies I tiled them to see what they’d look like:

August Bella Skill Builder Julie Hirt 1

Umm… YES!  I totally want to make 9 of the bigger blocks for a 72″ throw. Super fun pattern that would make a good toddler quilt with 4 blocks.

August Bella Skill Builder Julie Hirt 3

You all know these patterns are FREE, right?  It’s not too late to make your own.  One more month and then on to assembling – exciting stuff!

 

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July 1st, 2017

Bella Skill Builder Quilt Along: July

by Julie Hirt

I’m so excited to share these with you. Courthouse Steps:

Bella FQS Courthouse Steps Julie Hirt (1)

This blue block right here? It’s possibly my favorite block I’ve made. Not sure if it’s the pattern, colors or combo of both.  I just love it.

Bella FQS Courthouse Steps Julie Hirt (2)

Bella FQS Courthouse Steps Julie Hirt (3)

I really enjoyed making the blocks for this month. Every round you complete there is a new look to the block, it’s nice to see them come together.

You can get the free pattern here and be sure to pick up the awesome Creative Grids Log Cabin Trim ruler. It seriously makes these blocks a breeeeeeze.

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