Blogger’s Quilt Festival-Entry by Jo

When my daughter Kelli and I were talking about the Blogger’s Quilt Festival over at Amy’s Creative Side we were trying to decided which quilt to enter.  I was in love with Kelli’s “Odds and Ends” quilt.  She was in love with my “Nine in the Middle”.  Then we found out that we could both enter quilts.  If you want to see Kelli’s “Odds and Ends”, you can see it here.

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The pattern is from Bonnie Hunter’s book, Adventures with Leaders & Enders: Make More Quilts in Less Time!   I love the pattern and love the book.

I love the movement of the baptist fans in the quilting.  I will definitely be using them again.   They are free handed.  If you want to see how to do them, check out this link.


If you are new to our blog, welcome.  We have lots of fun here…we do a fun segment called “Try it on Tuesday” where we review new quilting products and give them away to you.  My daughter Kelli and I are regular contributors to Moda Bake Shop and have recently been featured in Quiltmaker’s 100 Block issue.  We both have beagle dogs that we love-love-love.  In fact it’s my beagle Ruby posing on the quilts back when she was only 5 months old…now she is 10 months old and has put us through several scares.  You can keep up to date with us by following us Facebook.

Kelli and are doing a spring market preview with giveaways all weekend long.  You’ll want to remember to check out the out with a new giveaway going on each day:  Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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12 thoughts on “Blogger’s Quilt Festival-Entry by Jo

  1. JanetB

    I’m going to have to put this quilt on my Bucket List. I love Bonnie’s patterns and have two WIPs. Nine in the Middle is just beautiful.

  2. michelle a

    Its so funny that you posted this today. I love this one. I have this quilt pinned from your blog and was looking at this morning. I wrote down the name of it and was going to look up the pattern today. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Robin

    Scrappy quilts like this are just wonderful– they just scream to be used and loved. You have done a beautiful job on this one!

  4. mb.

    lovely quilt (& lovely model). I am always impressed with the variety in a single block, repeated w/changes in color & value. Yours is so well anchored in he neutral background fabrics.

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