Monday, December 11, 2017

Adorn

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Gotta love quick and easy projects! That's certainly the case with Adorn,
Adorn, in holiday fabrics, from the Make Wall Quilts

a pattern from the December Book of the Month Selection, Make Wall Quilts.


Make Wall Quilts book
Make Wall Quilts

Created by Camille Roskelley, Adorn makes for a really nice wall decoration, or even a table topper.


Adorn pattern

I also liked how this was quilted simply, and kept with that theme on mine.


Adorn holiday wall quilt

With pale green Glide thread, the quilting echoes the diamond and triangle shapes, with a 3/4" space, followed by an inner 1/2" space, leaving the centers open.


Adorn wall quilt closeup

All of the background triangles have the same spacing, as do the upper and lower borders.


Adorn background and border quilting

Overall, a fun project, not only for the holidays but for any time. Though I cut strips from fat quarters, this is a perfect project to use up strip scraps. I'm sure we could all use lots of ideas for that - consider this one!

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13 comments:

  1. What I a fun way to use up scraps. Love those bright Christmas colors and the super simple quilting.

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    1. Thanks Tish! I'm pretty happy with how this turned out. Currently, it's displayed as a table topper, and is very refreshing!

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  2. Hi Susan,
    What a cute little wall hanging. I seem a number of them lately, and think I need to make a few in the new year to brighten up my sewing space. I love the quilting on this, not to mention the fabrics. It looks very festive. ~smile~ Roseanne

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    1. Thanks Roseanne! I'm pretty pleased with it - loving the cheery fabrics, and the quilting. Yes, you definitely have to make some!

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  3. Fantastic project Susan. I love how you quilted it.

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  4. Definitely a good scrap buster! Love the Christmas prints, and the quilting is really cool!

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  5. Absolutely fantastic! Perfect for any season or occasion indeed! Thanks for sharing!!

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  6. That is perfect. I love your quilting on this one too.

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  7. What a cute project. I love your quilting design.

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  8. Ah, what a beautiful little thing.

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  9. Hi Susan, that's a really cute quilt.Thanks for sharing this book with us.

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