A finished sixteen patch quilt

I finished up my latest sixteen patch quilt! I fall more in love with this classic style quilt with each one I make. This one features a range of bright and cheerful Liberty prints and Nani Iro Pocho in Soda.DSC_1392

I hand quilted it as I always do, though it seems especially fitting paired with the lawn and gauze. This quilt is so lightweight and soft! I’m not sure it would be ideal for the blustery North, but in this climate it couldn’t be more perfect.DSC_1400DSC_1393DSC_1396DSC_1394

The back of the quilt is a floral from Liberty’s Alice in Wonderland release. I think the colors go perfectly with the front of the quilt.DSC_1406DSC_1404

The binding is a very favorite of mine- Dress Stripe in Blush from Dear Stella. Its such a dainty and clean pink stripe; its ideal for framing a quilt!DSC_1403DSC_1402

This quilt definitely sits at the top of my list of favorites. It now resides in the Middle East where I know it is already well loved! I have two more sixteen patch quilts on my docket right now. One for a friend, and another for me! I’m always stealing one of the kid’s, so I think its high time I have one of my very own!

The Liberty used in this quilt was sourced from some very favorite shops including Jones and Vandermeer, DuckaDilly, Westwood Acres, and ThimbleAnna.

-Meredith

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  • Scrumptious!!! I’ve never used liberty fabrics, they are just waaay too far out of my budget for the time being, but I did back a quilt with AMH voile a few months back, and it is so lovely, especially with wool batting. I can just imagine how cuddly this is. beautifully done.ReplyCancel

  • Scrumptious!!! I’ve never used liberty fabrics, they are just waaay too far out of my budget for the time being, but I did back a quilt with AMH voile a few months back, and it is so lovely, especially with wool batting. I can just imagine how cuddly this is. beautifully done.ReplyCancel

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