This year I am determined to make a Christmas quilt for each of my children. Since they already have 2 Halloween quilts a piece, it was time to move on to a new season. This is my daughter's quilt, done to quilt top form.
She has a double bed, but I think this quilt is closer to Queen size. It was photographed in front of double doors and my six-foot-tall husband is standing on a dining room chair behind there. :-)
I love, love the fabrics in this. So bright, cheerful, modern, fun and girly! Many are Michael Miller fabrics and Robert Kaufman Christmas fabrics from this year and last. There are also some other non-Christmas fabrics I mixed in because I thought the colours worked.
Those are eight inch squares. I alternated between plain squares and those with a single frame. I had a lot of fabrics to work with so I am really pleased with the variety of squares. I think I only had to repeat a fabric combination on the framed squares maybe twice.
I'll be sending this out to be quilted. It is simply too big for me to attempt! (See you soon Tina)
Thanks for stopping by! Happy Quilting.
Posted by Riel Nason on The Q and the U