Look at this twin size quilt! Farrah Briggs let her daughter choose the colors for this quilt and they look great. The soft colors are perfect for any little girl.
This bright and happy quilt was made by Aimee Wilson. She used some scraps from her stash to make this quilt and it turned out great! She was so kind and wrote a blog post on what she did to make the pattern more scrap friendly. She chose the perfect bright colors to contrast with the black and white.
This super cute baby quilt was made by Jessica Demill. I love how she used a jelly roll for the strip sets and the simple quilting shows off the pattern!
What a quilt! Karen O’Malley did an amazing job on this Twin size quilt. I love how the blue circles in the yellow fabric match with the center block. The fabrics have such fun patterns that coordinate beautifully.
Amy Robertson made this throw size quilt. The colors play so well together. I love how she laid out the colors. Amy has triplet toddlers! :O I can’t believe that she found time to sew this masterpiece.
Chelsea Ekburg made this super sweet baby Lakeview quilt. The cherries and strawberries on this quilt are so fun. You can see the different look that using two fabrics that are similar in color give to this quilt. It is beautiful!
Sue Vinyard made the Lakeview quilt of fabrics from her Halloween stash. I love how it turned out! The strip sets remind me of candy corn. 🙂 I love the contrast of the stirp sets, Sue did a great job with the layout and I love how the middle square is patterned.
Last but not least, the biggest Lakeview quilt! Hillary Wilson tackled the Queen size quilt. She used fat quarters and look how great it looks! A set of three fat quarters (light, medium and dark) makes 5 blocks. I love how she placed the matching blocks in sets of four.
Thanks to all my pattern testers!
Bye for now,