Sunday, 18 November 2012

Summersville on a roll.

Here's a few pictures I wanted to share of the Jelly Roll quilt made from the Summersville range by Lucy Summers.

It was made using a whole Jelly Roll with an Orange 5" Border to frame it and bound in the Brush Strokes fabric in all the colour's. It fits perfectly on a single bed.

Quilted by me in straight lines at home on my fantastic Bernina Machine. All in all quite a simple and quick way to make a quilt, not quite sure why it has taken me so long to finish it. I made the top in a weekend and then it has taken me 3 months to get it completed. I've also just noticed it's upside down on the bed as well!


diane said...

it's really pretty

Pin It and Stitch said...

Thank you so much!

5 Ladybird Lane said...

I'd just like to say the quilt looks even better 'in the flesh'. I visited your stand at the knitting and stitching show where you had it on display. Loved the stand and all the staff where really helpful. Wish I was going again today!!! Sarah

cla16e said...

It is lovely in the flesh, I just wished you had the jelly roll in stock & I'd have definately bought one.
Can I just ask what you use as a filler for your quilts?

Pin It and Stitch said...

Thank you for your kind comments.
In all my quilts I have used either a product called Warm & Natural wadding or a Bamboo blend wadding. Both are fantastic and wash & tumble
dry beautifully. The Summersville Quilt has been through the dryer
twice already!

Best Wishes

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