April 28, 2009

It’s Sweet and Simple this Twilt Tuesday

Posted in Silk Ribbon Embroidery, Twitter Quilts...Twilts tagged , , , , , , at 7:45 AM by Shelley Swanland

Sweet & SimpleI just got back from the Seven Sister’s Quilt Show in San Luis Obispo, California and was worn out and didn’t have a lot of time for this weeks piece. But, that just goes to show how quick, easy and satisfying these little Twilts can be.

I started with a embroidered paper pieced basket block from my unfinished project stash. This was a left over piece from a couple of little wall hangings I made at least 15 years ago. It was too pretty to waste. Simple & Sweet Detail

I sewed the lot cabin strips on through the batting and back as I worked my way out to the outer edges. There are several Liberty of London type cotton lawn. These are very soft, light weight fabrics with wonderful prints. The added flowers are plastic molded flowers from Australia that have just been waiting for an opportunity to shine. I was quite satisfied with this project.

I would love to see your Twilts. Drop me a line and I will be happy to link to your Blog or send me a picture and I will feature it here. For more about Twilts see Twitter Quilts….Twilts.

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3 Comments »

  1. jules said,

    Very pretty in an old fashioned sort of way your fabrics remind me of my grandma

  2. Loris Mills said,

    Hi Shelley,
    I enjoyed chatting with you at the show. Seven Sisters was a definite hit!
    Your Twilt for today is lovely. What a great way to feature a lone block of beautiful embroidery! Thanks for the inspiration.

  3. Thanks to you both, Jules and Loris!


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