Friday, September 14, 2018

Blaze into fall

School's in and I saw a large pumpkin display at the supermarket yesterday. I guess that means fall but I'm not quite ready to pull out my fall quilts yet. However, Sandra of mmm!quilts made a striking version of one of them that I think works year-round.

Maple Leaf Rag by mmm!quilts.  Used by permission.  Pattern:  Blaze by Canuck Quilter Designs.


This is Blaze made up in Island Batik fabrics.  Who would have thought that little pop of pink would be so effective?  Well, Sandra, obviously, but not me! You can check out her blog post here for other quilty details, lots of close ups of her gorgeous quilting and her signature quilt-in-a-tree shot of the quilt.  Plan to spend a little extra time browsing when you go visit.  Sandra is a prolific quilter and talented designer as well as an all-around fun and kind lady.

Maple Leaf Rag by mmm!quilts.  Used by permission.  Pattern:  Blaze by Canuck Quilter Designs.


8 comments:

  1. Fall certainly is making an appearance in stores here, too. Now if the daytime highs would also cooperate (83 predicted today!), I'd be happier. I saw Sandra's quilt a few days ago and was so excited for you that she'd chosen one of your patterns! Congrats!

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  2. I just hung out my indian corn today. Not colors I'd have pictured for Blaze, but it works!

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  3. I love seeing a design in an unexpected color combo. This is very pretty!

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  4. It must be so fun to see one your designs stitched up by another quilter!

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  5. Beautiful colors for fall! Isn't it amazing how colors and fabrics can change the look of a pattern!

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  6. That's truly a beautiful quilt, made from a great pattern! Very striking! ---"Love"

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  7. Thank you so much Joanne for featuring my quilt! The one that looks rather pink is a more of a berry-purple, makes me thinks of Michaelmas asters just out now! It's a terrific pattern, went together so well thanks to your excellent skills. ;-)

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  8. Such a beautiful interpretation of your design and those batick prints are gorgeous!

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