Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Sparkle Punch, A Quilt Top

My Sparkle Punch quilt top is done!  Hooray!!!

If it feels like this top came out of no where, it kind of did. It's been a steady stream of manic quilting. We are moving this summer, but we don't know where yet. I can feel the start of the school year breathing down my neck and I worry. 

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So instead of pacing, or eating sweets, I sit down and sew. Luckily this quilt top is very straight forward to sew (if not a little tedious) and it was just what I needed. 

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These fabrics have been excellent companions. They are a cheerful bunch spread out on my worktable. I started with a stack of prints from Field Study by Anna Maria Horner and sprinkled in some of my favorites by Denyse Schmidt and Aneela Hoey.

The Sparkle Punch pattern can be found on Elizabeth Hartman's blog, Oh Fransson.


  1. I think your background fabric is just about perfect for this quilt. The top looks awesome! I love that picture in the garden with the sun shining through.

  2. Lovely sparkle punch! It's a real gorgeous collection of fabrics together - I love it. At least you're productive when you're worried! I wish I was the same way - hopefully it all goes smoothly for you :)

  3. So pretty! This is a perfect cheery summer quilt top. What is the yellow print you used as the background? I love the colour and I'm always a sucker for good yellows!

    1. Thank you! The yellow is a print from Picnic and Fairgrounds by Denyse Schmidt.



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