5.13.2011

Blogger's Quilt Festival

This year I'm so excited to share this gem of a quilt that I made using only prints! I made this for a challenge and won Judges' Choice and it's probably my most favorite quilt to date.





The back. The fabric across the top and down the right side is from a vintage sheet I scored at a thrift shop!

A close-up of the amazing quilting done by my blog friend Jenny of Sew Kind Of Wonderful.


Thanks, Amy, for organizing this fun online quilt festival!
Amy's Creative Side


53 comments:

  1. Oh my. Your quilt is beautiful!! Congratulations on your win! The quilting is perfect!!

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  2. It is a gem! I'm so glad I clicked on your photo!

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  3. Congratulations! I love this quilt you made. Spiderweb is definitely on my to do list!!!

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  4. Lovely spiderweb! I like how you used a different solid for each diamond/star shape :)

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  5. I can understand why this is one of your favorites! It is absolutely gorgeous! Love it's bright scrappiness.

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  6. Andie that is a bold and beautiful quilt and Jenny did her usual magic with the quilting.

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  7. Awesome finish! I love it! I adore how colorful it is :)

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  8. I have spiderweb on my quilt bucket list. Yours is inspiring! Thanks for sharing

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  9. Fantastic!! The colors and the patterns are just fabulous! LOVE.

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  10. Wonderful quilt! I'd love to make a bright and happy quilt like this!

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  11. Great quilt! Bright and scrappy and happy - thanks for sharing.

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  12. Andie, have you been keeping this one a secret?! I just love,love,love it!

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  13. Can I give it my own Judge's Choice?! I love this one

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  14. Wow, your quilt is fantastic! I love the different background fabrics and the bright, happy colors.

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  15. LOVE your quilt

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    and I want to make one too, just as colorful as yours...

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  16. what a beauty! I love spiderwebs and this is probably one of my favourite examples - thank you for sharing! The quilting is gorgeous, too!

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  17. That is BEAUTIFUL! I love the vibrant colors, and the quilting is fab.

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  18. Oh now that is very inspiring, a quilt made of only prints. Your's is fabulous!!

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  19. One of my favorite quilts of the festival! Just stunning!

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  20. Great job, love the spider webs and the secondary stars, there is a lot of visual appeal. Kudos
    Come see my entries #211, repro cheddar orange stars and #215 antique 1850 applique flower garden

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  21. Andie..the quilt looks so good! Your photo's are great! And congrats on your win, you deserve it!

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  22. Its FABULOUS! You did a fantastic job.

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  23. what a gorgeous spiderweb! and congrats on the judges choice!
    Ya can't beat the vintage sheets!

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  24. Beautiful! It reminds my why I must do a spiderweb quilt!

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  25. Your spiderweb quilt is truly inspiring! Nice!

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  26. Fantastic quilt. Love the colors.

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  27. I love it!! I can see why it won judges' choice.

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  28. On a past post:

    Just found your post (1/8/2011) of the picture of the barn in Brecksville, Ohio. Couldn't resist posting a little info about it. The quilt block on the barn at Maple Crest Farms is a representation of the block used in a quilt that has been made by the Western Reserve Quilter's Anonymous guild for the celebration of the Brecksville, Ohio bicentennial. The block was placed on the barn in the fall of 2011. The actual quilt will hang in one of the city buildings in Brecksville.

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  29. I just love spiderweb quilts, and yours is gorgeous!

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  30. Great quilt. Just love spiderweb quilts and you've done this one so beautifully. Love the fabrics and colors. Thanks for sharing and have a good day

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  31. I LOVE your spiderweb! I made one last year and they take SO long to piece! I love how you used only prints - it makes it look scrappier and more vibrant!

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  32. Beautiful!!! I adore your Spiderweb quilt and the scrappy background stars!!

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  33. I can see why you won the Judges' Quilt! It's absolutely beautiful.

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  34. Pretty! Isn't it amazing how all those random prints can work so well together?! Great job :)

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  35. Your quilt is stunning. So bright and vibrant. Love the quilting, too!

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  36. very pretty. love the colors!!

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  37. I love all the color. I need to make one of these.

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  38. I just love this quilt! I love the scrappiness and the colors. Really great!

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  39. the quilting is pretty but I love your quilt, the colors, etc. It's just all around fun and pretty.

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  40. I can see why you won. Yours was the first quilt I clicked on at Quilt Festival. So beautiful!!!!

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  41. It's even more beautiful in person...just amazing!

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  42. Wow, its gorgeous. Very striking. Well done on the win :)

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  43. What a cool, bright quilt. Love the back too!

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  44. The fabrics you used give this traditional patter a fresh new look. You did such an awesome job creating this lovely quilt! Thank you for sharing!

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  45. Your quilt is beautiful and deserving of award. Thank you for sharing. Judy C

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  46. Love this quilt... It is absolutely gorgeous!!!

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  47. Hi, i just wanted to let you know i featured your beautiful quilt on my blog today.

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  48. A gorgeous quilt. I love all the color.

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