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12.09.2012

red and white herringbone quilt.












Another herringbone quilt...this one is backed in a lovely vintage, screen-printed, floral cotton fabric. I adore the contrast in the preppy little sweetheart.
Hope this December finds you all well!

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xo 
Erica

18 comments:

Whitney said...

beautiful! I am so glad you posted this. I actually just bought fabric today to copy your first herringbone quilt (different colors, just same design) for a charity quilt. I vowed to never quilt zigzags again, but I was going to do it anyway since it was for a good cause. I am thrilled to see that you quilted the squares and it looks great! Now I don't have to quilt zigzags again. Phew!

Amys Crafty Shenanigans said...

Very nice - I love your two -colour quilt. A red and white quilt is on my to-do one day list and I think I may 'borrow' your idea ;)

Emily said...

Oh wow, Erica, this is gorgeous! You continue to inspire me!

Bailey Martin said...

beautiful, simply beautiful! :)

Jenny said...

I love your quilts. Every single one!

Joanne Huffman said...

Beautiful! And the pairing of the herringbone pattern and the print if delightful.

Esch House Quilts said...

Stunning in its simplicity and color - as usual :)

Bea GarcĂ­a said...

Love it! Your work is inspiring...

Anna said...

so pretty. I drool every time I see a post from you. :)

Kelly said...

This is lovely! I love it and I've pinned it to my "Quilty Goodness" board on Pinterest (with proper credit, of course!). Feel free to follow me if you'd like: http://pinterest.com/lipglass/quilty-goodness/

amy smart said...

This quilt is SO wonderful. I'm in love.

such said...

Love, love, love it!!!! Sending you an email now...

Anna said...

It's very, very beautiful!!!!!
Anna

Amber Tucker said...

Hi! I absolutely love your blog and all of your quilts! I am in the middle of my first full sized quilt inspired by your herringbone quilts :) I was wondering, what kind of batting do you use? I'm not sure what to use yet!

Flo said...

I have pinned this a while ago in hopes of "recreating" it for a baby...now I have the chance! I'm going to change the colors in honor of his Irish heritage. (If you don't mind me borrowing your idea...) What size is each HST?

Lauren Anderson said...

Erica, this is so gorgeous! Any chance you'd share where you got your daisies on navy floral fabric? I'm in love with this print but can't find anything similar.

Anne said...

Hi Erica! I'm giving a talk on color theory and I'd love to use the photo of your red and white herringbone quilt as an example of dynamic monochromatic design. I would include attribution to you as the person who made the quilt and took the picture. Would that be okay with you? If not, no worries!
anne @ play-crafts . com

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