Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Blooma Quilt

I've been creating a quilt for the Blend Fabrics booth at Quilt Market. So even though I won't be at Quilt Market this week, I will have a quilt there to represent.
This quilt is made from Jessica Swift's latest collection called Blooma. The collection is full of saturated greens, pinks, golds and grays.  I especially like the giant zinnias. If you're going to be at Market, you can see this quilt in the Blend booth 756-762.
 A pattern is in the works for this quilt, but I'll give a little preview here.
Blooma fabrics will be available in November.

23 comments:

  1. Love your quilt, those fabrics are just delightful!

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  2. I am sure Market will be completely dull without the two of us there. At least, that's what I'm telling myself.

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  3. That fabic line is really gorgeous! How neat that you get to design a quilt for the line :)Congratulations!

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  4. gorgeous...let me know if you don't have anyone lined up to photo it yet, and I'll be sure to get pictures!

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  5. Nice. I like it. I don't have anything at market this time. Life is just too darn complicated right now! Did I tell you my daughter and her 2 girls moved into my home?

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  6. Amy love that window pattern with the white sashing, it really makes those fabrics glorious. You do good work and I'm sure those Blend folks appreciate it. Looking forward to the pattern.

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  7. love what you've done with the place, Am. New banner= mucho awesome.

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  8. so fun!! love the design and the fabrics are lovely!!

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  9. Very pretty! Love the colors and the design!


    Jennifer :)

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  10. Thank you so much for your help in making quilts. I have made my first quilt and I have used you blog in my post. I hope you donot mind.

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  11. This looks so cute Amy!!!! Love it!! I will try to watch for it and take a picture at market. Wish I would get to see you there :)

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  12. Looks great! I'll keep an eye out for it at Market! Any tips on how to become a quilt-maker for Market? It's definitely a goal of mine to make a quilt or two for a designer's booth!

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  13. Love your quilt..your quilts are sooooo amazing:)

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  14. How beautiful! I love the colors and prints!

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  15. This is absolutely beautiful. So fresh!
    P.s. who won the sweet celebrations prize?

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  16. Fabulous fabrics and a truly fabulous quilt.

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  17. love the quilt. I would love to have a pattern for it.

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  18. Oh La La, I love this quilt! I can't wait until the pattern comes out. You have such talent, you should feel proud. I truly enjoy your blog and all that you offer, thank you!

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  19. That quilt is absolutely beautiful. I love the sweet, saturated colors -- they're bold and airy at the same time. Next time I'm in my favorite quilt shops Orlando, I will definitely ask about the fabric so make sure you post that pattern soon! Thank you for sharing this, Amy!

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