Saturday, May 16, 2015

Blogger's Quilt Festival, Spring 2015: Animal Planet



If you are here via Blogger's Quilt Festival, welcome! I'm sharing Animal Planet today, so if you follow my blog you have already familiar with this quilt. You can read more about the details here, including lots of pictures.

This is probably one of my most favorite quilts ever, made for my 3-year-old grandson, Gabriel. A close-up of some of the blocks:
 
 

photo by Christa Wiens
Quilt Stats:
Name: Animal Planet
Category: Modern Quilts
Size: 62" x 62"
Fabric: Kona solids 
Pattern: Tutorial by Dani Miller (KSC Designs)
Quilted by: Darby Myers (Quilted Squid)


Thanks so much for stopping by. You can follow my progress on other quilts on Instagram, @liveacolorfullife. Enjoy the rest of the show!

16 comments:

  1. What a great idea for a beautiful quilt! I love your design, wonderful fabrics and wonderful quilting :)
    Greetings from Poland
    Kamila

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  2. Even though I've seen it before, it always attracts me. Beautiful!

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  3. I bet the children love it. It's so bright and colourful. I like the geometric quilting design, and I like that backing fabric too.

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  4. One of my favorite too Cindy - just smashing!!

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  5. It was fun watching your progress on this quilt. So unique! It will be loved

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  6. WOW! I love it. The animals are fantastic.

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  7. LOVE this quilt. It just makes you smile:)

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  8. This is such a fun, cute quilt Cindy. I would think your grandson would never tire of using it and discovering the animals.

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  9. What a lovely quilt. Really effective with the bright colours on the white.

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  10. what a fantastic quilt, it's so clever!

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  11. Too fun, this little quilt. Are you sure you want to give it away? *just kidding* I voted for this one too!

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  12. I love this quilt! It's awesome!

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