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5.02.2015

orange and aqua isosceles triangle quilt.


Oh, how I love a good triangle quilt. 


Even more when it is gender neutral. 


So bright and cozy, this one. I've been meaning to share it for quite awhile! 


I hope it finds a home! 


Thanks for stopping by! 




13 comments:

Lea said...

Absolutely beautiful. Those colours are amazing together.

Joanne Huffman said...

Lovely!

Kelsey Boes said...

Beautifully poppy and gender-neutral. What do you back your quilts in?

scrapinlinda said...

I love your quilts, beautiful!!

Sandra James said...

I just wanted to say that yours are the first quilts I have found which combine up to date styling with classic simple quilt designs to my taste, and I love them all! You have a great eye for fabric combinations. I'm a UK graphic design student with a passion for textile design and I'm currently researching quilting. Your blog is so inspirational!

Allison Ramsing said...

Do you have a pattern for sale for this quilt? Or can you share where you got the pattern?

Gisele Chastain said...

I am in love with this quilt! These are the exact colors I'm decorating my sons room. :) Can you tell me the brand of fabric you used? Do you sell these quilts? Thanks!!

Brenda Randell said...

Absolutely stunning quilt. I just love the way all the colors play nicely together. The aqua reminds me of the ocean I live by and the orange reminds me of the beautiful sunrises over the ocean and the beautiful sunsets to the west. I love how you got those colors to mingle.
Beautiful Quilt.
I enjoy reading your blog weekly to see what you have been up to lately. I have tried to join the group but I am unable to. That's okay I will just keep checking back.
Thank you for the inspiration in your quilts and designs.

Barbara said...

I love your grey , white and black quilt with the mustard trim. I am new to quilting and would love to make it for my son. Could you please tell me if you sell your patterns or can send me instructions for a lap quilt? Thank you very much

maitemaiuka@yahoo.es said...

I am in love with this quilt. I would like to buy it. Is it posible? I live in Spain and I am waiting for a baby and I think It will be a beatiful present for him. Thank you

Judy Boser said...

Love the quilt. Where can I get the pattern? Thank you. Judy

Traci Timmer said...

DO YOU MAKE QUILTS FOR PEOPLE TO BUY? WONDERING IF YOU'D EMAIL ME. tracitimmer@gmail.com

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