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I finished my Bubbly quilt….finally.
The quilt started from a left over pile of scraps, my Accuquilt Go!, and my circle die.
The quilt is made using raw edge appliqué. I really had never thought about using this technique until I saw a fun quilt Crazy Mom, Amanda Jean made called Ticker Tape.
It was LOTS of fun and hope to make another quilt some time in the future. You can see the circles are just laid on top of the fabric and sewn down in a circular pattern. Then on the background fabric, I did a simple stipple type pattern.
Fun and EASY!
The binding is scrappy.
It’s fun to see what can be made with left overs from my Schnibble quilts.
Kalissa and Gracie think the quilt is their quilt. Kalissa has begged for the last few Schnibble quilts that I’ve made so I am caving in and letting her have the quilt….I figure it has all the fabric she “loved”. If you want to see more details on how I made the quilt, Kalissa helped me make a little video…. You can watch it here.
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51 thoughts on “The Bubbly Quilt….”
How much fun is that?? The quilt is adorable and so are Kalissa and Gracie!!! The video is fantastic! Keep ’em coming. :-)
I’d love a chance to win your leftover circles. Thanks for the opportunity!
Beautiful quilt. Always on the lookout for scraps.
very cute and great way to use your circle die
Wow – I would love some scraps! Thanks.
I love your bubble quilt and your site. I really enjoy reading it.
Love the quilt! I need to try that, looks pretty quick and easy. Just what I need.
circles are SO much fun
please add me to the draw
What a fun quilt. Thanks for sharing.
I thought about this idea for use with that circle die! Great minds think alike….you did a fantastic job and your video was fun to watch!! You GO! Girl you!!
PS….I don’t want to be in the giveaway…..I want the die! LOL
I do love to visit new blogs!! How did I miss yours. I love naking ticker tape quilts, fun and you can use all your favorite fabrics. Love yours, or now not yours but still in the family!
Such an cool idea. Would be another great way for me to practise my FMQ.
I don’t need any more scraps (heaven forbid!) but just wanted to comment and say how ADORABLE this quilt is! I am excited to see it in person!
Love the quilt. What a fun happy quilt.
Love this quilt! We would love to feature you on quiltstory.blogspot.com Let us know ifyouare interested!
That’s a very cute quilt. I love the idea of just sewing the circles randomly.
That is an adorable quilt!
LOVE this quilt! I have a serious thing for polka dots and that may just cure it!! :)
My sister and I have a blog, Quiltstory, where we feature other’s quilts. We’d LOVE to feature this quilt, let me know if you’d be interested!
That is so cool! I’d love to get your scraps so I could try something similar!!
Wow! The quilt is truly inspirating. Your photos are done well. I am still wondering how you get all this done? Have you got Hubby sewing?
Very cute quilt! Glad you got it finished! I would love to have a chance to win the left over bubbles. I am doing a challenge with my guild where you draw a gift bag from the stash and have to make a quilt based on the bag. Mine is turquoise with hot pink circles….:)
I am off to watch the video, but would love the extra circles, I want to make your quilt too!!
Such a cute quilt! I would love to win your scraps so I could make one too. Thanks for the chance.
I really like how your bubbles quilt looks. And I would love to have your extra circles. Thanks for offering them to one of your readers.
What a great quilt! I’m starring this post and making one myself … could sure use those extras!
Love your blog and love the quilt. Would also love the scrappy circles – lots of love! :-) Thanks!
Your circle quilt looks fantastic.
Love the quilt and the raw edge, fun idea.
I will refrain from the circle drawing, I have lots of fabrics of my own to use up. I do a lot of penny rugs, would love a circle cutter to cut them for me, that is the most time consuming part of it.
What a lovely quilt. I love scrappy quilts and I’m always on the look out for new ideas.
That is so stinkin’ cute! One of the cutest baby quilts I’ve seen lately!
Great post. And I love your bubble quilt. Just a fun quilt. Inspirational. Now I want to make one. Love yours.
I would love to have some bright circles! I have a stash, most dating from the ’90ies, and I am making myself use them BUT I don’t have many brights. I could sure use some to perk up my circle project. Thank you! Toni
What a great and fast quilt. Love your video, even think I could make one after watching the video. Love it.
I love your quilt. Please enter me in your drawing.
The circles look like a great quilt.
It’s a fabulous quilt! How fun to make raw edge circles!
Oh I do hope I am not too late to enter the drawing. This looks like a fabulous quilt. Very smart of you to use circles!
Am I TOO LATE??? argh. hope not. Love your raw edge circle quilt!
Oh my goodness, this is unbelievably beautiful!!!
Amazing quilt and so inspiring! Thanks for sharing!
Just read about your circle quilt, think it it the most darling idea! Would love to be a part of your website, how do I go about it? Want to get some of the xtra scraps! I feel this would be a good start to my stippling, have never done it- and want to start very slow.If I could get some words of encouragement from you, that would help.
I’m starting a circle quilt here in the next few weeks for my niece who is getting married next June. (Hopefully that is enough time!). I’m planning to use a black/dark background. Any hints or suggestions?
Circles, circles, circles. I love circles. My favorite is reverse applique circles. How easy it would be if they were cut out on a GO. Thanks for the op. Good luck everyone.
I LOVE your quilt & am thinking of making one as a Project Linus quilt. How big was your top fabric? I thought 1.5m might be a good size for a baby or toddler…
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Hi! I know it’s been quite a while since you posted this but… when I clicked on the link for the Bubble Quilt video, I got a different video. Searching You Tube did not locate the video either. Is it still available? Thanks for sharing!
wish I could find the video or directions for The Bubbly Quilt
Here is a link to the video
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