I decided to take advantage of the beautiful fall weather and scenic foliage to finally take some photos of the remaining three quilts from my book, Fabulously Fast Quilts, that I hadn’t shot yet. And since they each had a nice autumn vibe, this felt like a good time to show them off.
These quilts were still with the publisher last spring when I took pictures of the others and then spent the summer hanging local quilt shops as part of a couple of trunk shows.
This one is a Jelly-Roll-friendly quilt called Diverging Diamonds.
This one was quilted with all-over Pebble quilting by Natalia Bonner. I love the texture it gives to the quilt as well as the way it echos the circle motifs in the various prints.
(This is a crib-sized quilt called Butterfly Effect and comes together super quickly. (There are also instructions for a twin-size version.)
The quilting on this one was done by Melissa of Sew Shabby Quilting.
And finally, this quilt is called Floating Shoo-fly. It is a great quilt for using up scraps – especially low-volume prints. This version is very monochromatic, but I’d like to try it in bright contrasting colors as well.
The figure-eight quilting on this one was done by Emily Sessions. It’s so subtle, but I LOVE the way it finishes off the quilt!
As I mentioned, each of these quilts is in my book, Fabulously Fast Quilts. You can see most of the other quilts in this post. I still have signed copies in my shop and it is also available on Amazon.
If you make or have made something using the patterns from Fabulously Fast Quilts I would love to see them! You can add photos to the Fabulously Fast Quilts Flickr group, tag them #fabulouslyfastquilts on Instagram or Twitter, or email them to me at amy(@)diaryofaquilter.com.