Friday, November 10, 2017

Mini Charm Chocolate Quiltalong



Here is my Mini Charm Chocolates Baby Quilt.

My quilt is featured today on


I love this quilt!


I started Here with these wonderful

Fragile  fabrics

and added Bella Bright Turquoise Here

from



Fat Quarter Shop




Free Pattern Here

You may purchase this lovely quilt kit Here

or choose your own fabrics and follow the free video tutorial Here

The center of my quilt was made following the fun and easy pattern.
When it came time to finish my quilt top ...


I picked a few extra mini charms and sprinkled them into my border.
I used four rounds of 2.5" strips and mini charms to sew my border.



My finished quilt measures 46" by 39"


For the quilting I chose
Aurifil 5006 - a pretty light aqua.


For the quilting I used my heavy duty walking foot
and stitched easy waves for a windblown effect.
I used two layers a=of Dream Puff batting to give it extra pouf.


When it came time to bind my quilt I added ribbon tags
for baby fingers to play.


My thoughts on baby quilts are that they should be oversized,
placed on floors, on the ground at the park
and shared with furry friends.

I finished it with a two-color machine finished binding
and added an extra line of stitches in the flange
so the ribbon tabs would hold up to lots of tugging.

A tutorial is coming soon of how I make this binding.


I love this windswept backing fabric!


I love this bold and graphic fabric line!


I do not know for whom I made this quilt.

It is going into a plastic storage for the baby to come along.

A big Thank You to the wonderful people at the

Fat Quarter Shop

for another wonderful Quilt Along project!

Giveaway Time!


So one of my readers may enjoy making 
a "mini-mini" chocolates quilt,
I am giving away one Fragile Mini Charm Pack. 
There are forty two 2.5" mini charms in this pack.

To be eligible to win his giveaway:
please leave one lovely comment!

I will mail anywhere in the world.

You do not need to be a follower to win.

You do need to leave an email address where I can contact you to let you know if you are the lucky winner and to get your mailing address.

My blog does not allow anonymous comments to keep away the robots.
If you do not have an ID to leave a comment, you may email me
at the address under "Contact Me" at the the top of my blog 
and I will enter your comment for you.

As a extra thank you to my followers, you may leave a second comment 
telling me how you follow and why you like to visit my scrapatch 
or tell me a favorite of my projects or tutorials.

This giveaway closes on Thursday,
November 16th, at Midnight EST

I will use a random number generator to choose the winner

and I will announce a winner on Friday, Nov 17th.

This Giveaway has now closed.

Winner announced Here.

Thanks to all who stopped by and left me lovely comments!



Thank you for visiting me today

I am with my family at Disneyland today!

I will respond to comments after I return on November 15th.

Click Here
and follow the links
to my fellow bloggers who have joined in this
lovely quiltalong.
Many beautiful quilts ... sew inspiring!

Hope to your version of this fun quilt soon!

:)


18 comments:

  1. I love your quilt, it is perfect for a baby with its bright colors!

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  2. I follow your blog by blog reader. You have so many great projects on your blog, and I get lots of ideas visiting you!

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  3. Oh Pat, I LOVE it!!! You did a fabulous job, I love the toys and finger stuff along the edges. the extra border is just perfect too. Great job my friend.

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  4. Great quilt. I love the prints in the Fragile line, and the solid you chose is fabulous. A baby would be a lucky infant indeed to receive that quilt.

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  5. I love your mini charm Chocolate Quilt. Your extra touches are great, but I'm really intrigued with the added border. This is a great way to enlarge the quilt.

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  6. Love Love Loooove your Quilt!! What a cool idea to put fun things on edges for lil' folks to play with & learn to crawl & roll round on confy Quilt! thank you for sharing idea! (& quilt). Also thanks for chance to win your Give-a-way too! :)

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  7. What a cute quilt. I like how you made it your own with a brightly colored background and the sprinkling of patches in the border. Thanks for the giveaway chance.

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  9. Love this quilt and how the turquoise accents the other fabrics. I agree with you about baby quilts being for use everywhere by all. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. I follow by email and love to check in to see your projects. I particularly enjoyed your tutorial on Quilting with Freezer Paper Templates. Very useful technique.

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  11. Great quilt--I like the wavy line quilting on it. Looks like a fun pattern.

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  12. I follow by email. I like to see the quilts, and the cat photos are a bonus!

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  13. I love how you have made this quilt, for a baby with toys attached, yet the life can be extended by slipping the toys off and be enjoyed by an older child as well.
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  14. I follow you via bloglovin. I can't say I have used any of your tutorials (although you do have nice ones), I can say that I have followed your strawberry rhubarb pie recipe from a few years back. Yum! And I am looking forward to your binding tutorial for this quilt. Thanks for the opportunity to win!
    kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  15. I printed this pattern and would like to sew a quilt since I have been collecting (and cutting my own) mini-charms. I like how you added the loops for baby to feel and add toys. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  16. I am now following on google+. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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