Friday, August 7, 2015

Delta Breeze

I'm over at the Timeless Treasures blog today. You can see my new favorite quilt, Delta Breeze, along with a tutorial on how to make the blocks.

I used a Soho Solids limited edition fat quarter stack called Plume. Beautiful colors! And you know how I love my solids. So I hope you'll go over and check it out.


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Debbie said... #

Very pretty! Love your use of color!

Jayne said... #

The colors are gorgeous! Thank you for sharing the tutorial!

Lindsey F. said... #

Love the quilt - especially the colors, the use of solids and the block. I followed link but cannot find today's blog and your tutorial. I will check back later as perhaps Timeless Treasures has not yet posted it. This quilt is definitely on my inspiration/to make list.

Brenda said... #

love the colours and the variations in block sizes.

Marilyn said... #

This is a gorgeous quilt, the blog still does not have tutorial posted.

Grandma G said... #

That is a gorgeous quilt! Love the solids, and the colors go very nicely with your cottage, too. :)

beth said... #

Ooooh! So lovely!

Needled Mom said... #

That looks just beautiful. Love the colors.

Susan said... #

You are the solids Queen! And what a princely quilt you have made here- beautiful!

DianeY said... #

I love this! Great colors and design!

CapitolaQuilter said... #

Beautiful quilt, such a pretty color placement you have used.

Leanne said... #

This is a beautiful quilt, I love the colours and the way you placed the blocks.

Unknown said... #

I love your delta breezes and sea mini breezes !

FlourishingPalms said... #

Yay for you, Cindy! Love the colors in this one. Would you believe… I've never used a collection to make a quilt?! I'm a mix-it-up kind of quilter.

OPQuilt said... #

This has got to be my most favorite quilt ever. I love the colors, the use of Bear's Paw blocks in different sizes and the overall look of it. So beautiful!

Anne / Springleaf Studios said... #

Wow I love this design Cindy. Nicely done. The change of scale is great and I really like the range of solids.