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Friday, May 16, 2014

Blogger's Quilt Festival - ROYGBIV - Celtic Sunrise

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If you are returning visitor SORRY I keep changing the look and pages of my blog :)
I am in the process of "beautifying" it loosely following the "Beautify your blog" @ Sew at Home Mummy so things will keep changing until I am happy with it (or tired of making changes... whichever comes first ;) )

This is the first of two posts (the one for the category "Original Design").
You can find the second post (for the Original Design Quilt category) here.

But for the ROYGBIV category, this is my entry!
(Front 2)

(Front 1)

Yes, you read it correctly... this quilt does NOT have a back... it has 2 fronts ;)
The front I choose to enter for the Quilt festival is actually "front 2" what most people would call "the back" :)

Front 2 is my reinterpretation of Weave, by Kathreen Ricketson... I wanted to represent a sunrise on a Irish hill... and the reason why the sunrise is specifically in Ireland is because the Front 1 is the result of my participation in Bonnie Hunter's mystery QAL: "Celtic Solstice"... 
I love the way the spirals complements the straight look of the piecing on Front 2... and the imperfections in the quilting perfectly match the scrappy look of both sides ;) 

Here few more pictures of this colorful and cheerful baby quilt!

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I am a paper piecing addicted and I share all my patterns (mostly Disney or cartoon related) here on my blog!
I have patterns to be tested (Simpsons, Alice in Wonderland, Mickey Mouse & Friends, Donald Duck & friends) and many pattern tested and ready to be enjoyed by other great quilters!!
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And now drop by Amy's blog to check all those great projects!!!
On May 23rd voting will open... Mine do not stand a chance against the wonderful ones that I already spotted there... but still, it's fun to share my love for quilting with so many talented people!!!


  1. Two fronts - I like the concept! :-) You did a beautiful job with both.

  2. Brilliant quilt! Love the sunset, and Snoopy and friends hanging out! I like the idea of a double-sided quilt, must give that a go...


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