Twisted 9 Patch

One step closer to finishing this month’s UFO.

I knew I wanted something with curves to balance the angles in the quilt and considered a few options before choosing the pantograph Bubbles. On these scrap quilts – it’s the texture that’s important to me so I want my thread to be blendy not jumping out. In this case, I used a Permacore thread called Camel – it’s probably my most frequently used ¬†thread.

This quilt would never win any awards but it’s been fun. There are instructions on my website if you’re interested.

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9 Responses to “Twisted 9 Patch”

  • Anna:

    You did a great job on it. I just love all the colors and the circles. Keep up the great work, you are an inspiration to so many of us.

  • Lindsey F.:

    Looking at this quilt makes me smile. It just looks like fun.

  • This is a beautiful quilt, and the bubbles panto just sets it off perfectly. I think it might win an award. LOL

  • PJ:

    That is one lovely quilt. The bubbles quilting makes it spectacular.

  • Very nice! Such a pretty quilt and I just love that quilting on it. What type of batting do you use? Your quilts always seem to show so much texture.
    Kristie

  • Cyndi Holguin:

    I was also wondering what Kristie is wondering. What type of batting do you use? I did one yesterday where my friend asked for 2 layers of batting and came out like yours I was so proud. She loved it but I think it was kind of heavy. Although it is nice sometime when they are alittle heavier. I love yours.

  • Kristy Wilkinson:

    This is such a happy quilt! The bubbles go well with it. I love your scrappy quilts. They are always bright and cheery. Thanks for sharing with us.

  • I love this quilt and the spiderweb! I must get back to sewing….

  • Beautiful! The circle quilting really sets it off!

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