Saturday, October 27, 2012

Blogger's Quilt Festival Fall 2012

I love the Blogger's Quilt Festival at Amy's Creative Side because I LOVE looking through all of the quilts. So I just have to join in. I finished this quilt in July and it's currently my favorite!

Urban Nine Patch baby quilt





 I quilted this on my domestic machine. I tried keeping the quilting modern and fresh. This was my first all solids quilt (except the backing). I will be using solids a lot more in the future.
The Urban Nine Patch pattern uses the Quick Curve Ruler both from Jenny Pedigo at Sew Kind of Wonderful.

This quilt is approximately 40"x 40"
Quilted by me on my Babylock Elegante
Best Categories: Favorite Baby Quilt and Favorite Home Machine Quilted Quilt! My Quilt is # 276!

I'm linking up with Amy's Creative Side for the Blogger's Quilt Festival Fall 2012! Yippee Skippee let's go check out all of the cool quilts!

Amy's Creative Side

Color Me Quilty!

Pat

27 comments:

  1. I love this quilt, Pat. It is so fresh looking. Seeing it always makes me smile.

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  2. Yeah! We love your quilt :-)... Jenny and Helen

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  3. it is really striking. I love it

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  4. Love seeing this one again! The colours are amazing, and your quilting is out of this world fantastic! I've even ordered the ruler!

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  5. This is one of my favorite quilts ever!!! You should definitely win :*)

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  6. A great selection for entry! I just love that quilt. Are you bringing it on Tuesday? I hope our first meeting doesn't get hurricaned out!

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  7. Pat -- awesome quilt and amazing quilting. Good on ya!
    You have an amazing sense of colour and how to make each
    of your fabrics look the best.

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  8. Oh, this is beautiful! I love the color palette and the pattern! And the backing fabric also. Very nice!

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  9. Beautiful work! I have the ruler but by no means mastered it. This quilt is just gorgeous!

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  10. Dang, girl. This is fabulous! So striking and so well-executed! Lucky baby!

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  11. This is so stunning! Thanks for sharing it with us!

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  12. This quilt reminds me of air balloons. Love the solids and that quilting is unbelievable. Hard to imagine you quilted this on a home machine.

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  13. Beautiful!!! I have got to get that tool
    Ann

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  14. makes me want to quilt curves!

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  15. Curves and the urban nine patch! Great great results and fantastically bold fabric choices.

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  16. Pat, your quilt really stands out in the linky thumbnails. I think you are a clear contender;)

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  17. I love this quilt! The quilting really makes it shine!

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  18. Your quilt looks awesome.
    Good luck at the Blogger quilt festival :-)

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  19. The quilting is really exquisite!

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  20. What a gorgeous quilt! Your quilting looks so great, too! Congratulations on being a finalist!

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  21. I love this quilt!! You did a great job on all of it. The quilting is gorgeous!! Congratulations on being a finalist!!

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  22. Yes you got my vote in the finals! Wll done on a lovely quilt!

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  23. what a bright fresh quilt. Limey and fun.

    Come see my Batik Tulips #46
    and my antique zigzag-a-licious quilt #23

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  24. Love the solid colors and the great quilting.

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  25. Really cool quilt. I'm a huge fan of solids quilts and this is exceptional! I am in awe of machine quilters. This is great!

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  26. Pat, I "know" you through Leah's site. I voted for your stunning quilt. Is there a tutorial or pattern name? Also, ruler? Somebody mentioned a ruler? A quilting notion I don't own yet? :)

    Be sure to visit "Favorite Art Quilt" on the Festival, and vote for #5, by Tina Rathbone!
    That's me!
    Hugs,
    Tina in San Diego
    www.tina-rathbone.blogspot.com

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