Yesterday I shared the group Quilt for Pulse we made… today I am sharing my the quilt I also made for the cause. I had actually started making this quilt when we decided to make a group quilt.
For my quilt I used some more of my pre-cut solid squares, but worked with my 3 inch stash this time… I have a lot of pre-cut squares and both of these projects did not even start to dent my pile!
I played around on my design wall to find a heart shape that I liked and then went to work making these blocks in a rainbow assortment of colours.
I made sure there was a good mix of lights and darks in each heart and used a variety of whites and creams in the background. For the background I also threw in some pastel pinks, purples, greens and blues but I made sure I did not put the pastels right next to the heart so that there was clear definition to the heart shape.
I also quilted this quilt on Modern Domestic’s Q24 longarm… I quilted this one after I had done the huge heart so I was over loopy hearts and went instead for straight line boxes. It was nice to do something more structured on this quilt.
I think I am going to revisit this block. It was easy and really effective…plus I still have shoe boxes full of 3 inch solid squares!
6 thoughts on “Another lot of love….”
This is really nice.
I really like your heart quilt!
At least it wasn’t so huge you needed the 6ft husbands to show it off! Another beautiful quilt, another great use for scraps 🙂
Brava! I like this quilt a lot and I really like the background. I’m constantly amazed at how much fabric I have left after making a quilt. Sigh.
The two Pulse quilts you have posted are lovely. Well done to you, your friends and your quilt-holding husbands.
I cut my scraps into useable squares too, but I never seem to generate that many. But, I am patient. One day, there will be enough for something.