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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Traditional, Holiday
Brenda Hole on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? I found an apron pattern with wonderful pumpins and fall leaves, I brought my hubby to the fabric store and he helped me pick out the 12 matching fabrics, alll cottons. The backing is a mottled flannel - I like the feel of the flannel backs.

Brenda Hole on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? not finished yet, but this is for sure the most difficult of the quilts I have made, which is great for me to get out of my comfort zone - and with my house up for sale the past 5 months, quilting keeps my mind busy

Brenda Hole on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? make sure you can write under the fabric (I used an old sheet) once you start to sew it is nearly impossible to keep track of where each piece is supposed to go. Since there are 12 different fabrics, and each block can't have 2 fabrics the same, and you want to spread out the colours - just write it down

Brenda Hole on craftsy.com

I really love those autumn colors. Inspiring. Well done.

11/02/2012 Flag

thank you, this autumn quilt actually ended up staying in use all year, the colours are just so bright and chearful.

11/05/2012 Flag

I'm really new in here, what difficulty would you rate this project? You did a magnificent job and kudos to hubby too on helping with the colors. You make a good pair!

10/26/2013 Flag

thank you jonilyn, it was one of my more difficult quilts I must admit, but if you have some place you can lay out all of the pieces and pick them up in order to sew, and you have lots of patients, you should be ok. I wouldn't do this if you have not already done a few quilts. good luck!

11/01/2013 Flag

Great job, Brenda. I love bright, strong colors, the dark sashing makes your colors pop. I too made a fall quilt but like yours a bit better.

04/07/2014 Flag

This is an Australian pattern - stained glass quilt designed by Bob on Craftsy.com the secret is when you cut your colours for a block separate them with lunch or baking paper into the blocks required that way you don't get each block mixed up. This is not a difficult pattern but requires accurate seams and cutting.

04/13/2014 Flag