Friday, December 29, 2017

Friday Finish: Diving Board

In November I was given the chance to be one of the "ambassadors" for Cotton Cuts, a company that delivers quilting fabric based on your preferences.

As an ambassador, I was sent three one-yard cuts of Alison Glass's line, Diving Board.
Two of the prints were gorgeous symmetrical prints, one in warm tones and one in cool tones. As I contemplated what to make in the short period of time I was allotted, I decided to "upsize" Delta Breeze, one of my favorite designs ever.

The original block size was 8", so I doubled that to 16". In addition to the gorgeous prints, I added coordinating solids from my stash.

The small block looked like this:
The large one looked like this:
Darby chose a nice wavy quilting design.
The chartreuse fabric that was included proved to be the perfect choice for the binding.
Based on the name of the fabric line, I also named the quilt Diving Board. Which made finding a diving board an obvious choice for a photo op. Luckily, good friends Gary and Ruth have a lovely backyard with a beautiful pool.

Quilt Name: Diving Board
Quilt Size: 48" x 48"
Designed and Made by: Me
Quilted by Darby Myers


  1. Another gorgeous quilt finish Cindy! It is such an unusual colour palette with the little pops of yellow!

  2. I like the way the colors work together, Beautiful

  3. I love the multisized blocks. Great idea.

  4. How did I miss this one? I think I commented on your IG, that's why. I love what you did with the fabric (as I find it difficult)--you always do inspire!

  5. Those prints are fabulous and so is the quilt.


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