October 11th, 2013

Lattice Bones Quilt

by Julie Hirt

A finish!

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The pattern was posted at Moda Bake Shop yesterday.

This quilt was one of those happy accidents that happen when you’re playing around blocks.

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The fabrics are Potluck by American Jane and Moda Bella Solids in snow and mustard.

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For the quilting I used my trusty Aurifil.  White (2024 in 50wt) for the front and Yellow (2135 in 50wt) for the back.

Told you I’ve been busy! Each block has 10 fabric pieces, so there was quite a bit of piecing involved.

quilt label

Recently I’ve had a couple of questions regarding my quilt tags.  I order them through Ikaprint on Etsy.   Use coupon code 627handworks for 15% off your order.   My labels are 1.75″ in navy with gray.

Have a great weekend!



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20 Comments to “Lattice Bones Quilt”

  1. How very pretty. I love it. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Beautiful! Congrats on the finish and the bakeshop :)

  3. This quilt looks so cozy and inviting… and well done on a baking something for Moda.

  4. Congrats on such a beautiful finish, Julie! Love the pattern and those fabrics are perfect for that design. Great job!

  5. Congratulations on being published over at the Bakeshop! This is a great way to showcase that fabric line. Your design has such a classic appeal but is still so clean and open. (I’d love to make this pattern in solids.)

  6. Love this! Thanks for sharing the pattern!

  7. What a great accident! Fantastic that it is included over on the Bakeshop, I love the balance in the quilt.

  8. Very nice looking quilt! You really do lovely work.

  9. Congrats Julie….your quilt looks lovely.

  10. love it! just bookmarked it!!

  11. Beautiful quilt Julie! Wow! you have been busy. It is so colorful and happy! Thanks for the tip as to where to purchase tag labels.

  12. Love it, It looks awesome! And congrats on the Bakeshop!!

  13. What a great pattern! Well done. And it couldn’t be more brilliant done up in American Jane, it looks so perfect in those colours!

  14. Fabulous quilt, heading over to the Moda Bake Shop now! Oh, thanks for the info on your labels- I need to figure something out in that arena that is easy-peasy, your idea and info seems to fit the bill.

  15. Love this pattern Julie, I love the traditional double wedding ring and this feels like a modern version of that. Fabrics are perfect! Congrats on the Bakeshop:)

  16. I finished my top on Friday the 8th! :) It’s a gorgeous pattern and just the perfect pattern for a jelly roll that I had purchased. How did you quilt yours – on a home machine or at a professional long arm quilter? I want to try free motion quilting and figured this would be a good one to try it on. :)

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