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!


5 comments:

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
Tracey

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