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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Floral Hues by Sue Daley


Hello! Today I get to share with you the quilt I made with Floral Hues by Sue Daley for Riley Blake Designs. Floral Hues is a cotton lawn fabric and it feels light and so soft. It would be perfect for apparel like an infinity scarf or a pretty top like the one that Sachiko made with this fabric. I decided to make a quilt and I used Riley Blake Confetti Cotton Solid as the background fabric and it worked really well with the cotton lawn.






There is a really fun mix of vibrant, pretty and bold colors and prints in this collection. I wanted to make this vintage Dutch Tulips quilt block for a while and I thought these fabrics would pair so well with that block to make a cute quilt.


I'm really pleased with the way the quilt turned out! I used the floral pink print for a small border and then some scrappy 4-patches as the next border.

another little Floral Hues project using that pink!!!
 I love the pinks in this collection! Here's another little project I started that great pink print! 


I bound the quilt with the bold aqua floral print.


I used the old trusty free-motion stippling to quilt it. I'm always happy with it. I used the black and white print from the collection for all of the circles in the blocks to tie them together since I made them really scrappy looking.



I used my favorite print in the collection to add diamonds in the sashing in place of cornerstones. Just something to anchor it all together. I really enjoyed working with these fabrics and I think the quilt turned out pretty much how I wanted it too, happy and bright! Like flowers and sunshine!

Happy Sewing!
xo Erin

15 comments:

Little Penpen said...

Absolutely beautiful! Love the fabrics!

Kristin said...

Wow Erin! It’s gorgeous! Your color choices are perfect.

Jacque. said...

You did it again! Another beautiful quilt!!! It looks fabulous, Erin! xo

Cindy Marler said...

I LOVE this, new yet old - great look! You ROCK!!

KaHolly said...

Very pretty, Erin. Love how you’ve made an old pattern new again.

Tammy Hutchinson said...

This is so pretty Erin and I want to make this Dutch Tulip block today! I've just searched for patterns but have not found this one-did you draft it yourself? Please let me know if I can purchase it anywhere. Also loving the fabric you chose to use-I'll be hunting for some of that for a summer blouse for my GD.! Thank you!

audrey said...

What a fabulous quilt! Love this so much. Thanks for the great inspiration!

Staci said...

This is gorgeous!! Would love if you could share your pattern source. Beautiful work!!

Jeannie said...

I love the soft, sweet, summery colors and feel to this beauty :)

Jeannie T.
Dragonfly Journeys

Anonymous said...

Adorable quilt.




Sophia

Jack Suzen said...

This is really adorable quilts. Your creative ideas always inspire me to try different with DIY and get rid of boring stuffs.

Thanks!
embroidery patches iron on
jackets back patches

Linda said...

SO PRETTY! THANKS FOR SHARING!!!

Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net said...

Love both the fabric and the way you used it with this pattern.

JANET said...

Love your quilt, and the colors used! A great, scrappy!!

Claudia said...

What a beautiful quilts with lots of pretty fabrics! Very well done!

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