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Wednesday, November 4, 2015

NTT and Ambleside

Happy Thursday, all!  I can't believe it's November already!  Thanksgiving is just three short weeks from tomorrow, and Christmas... well, I don't even want to count.  I have way too much to do!  For the past few days, I've been keeping busy with the Ambleside FQ bundle I got a couple of weeks ago.


These are just a few of the 80 blocks I have to make, and they aren't even pressed yet.  This quilt will be a queen size (80" x 100"), so I have some marathon sewing sessions planned to get these knocked out.  These D4P blocks aren't difficult, but they are a little more time consuming than you would think.  I guess that's true of any block that you have to sew twice.

This quilt will be for my cousin's wife, who wants to give the quilt as a Christmas gift to her parents (I don't think there's a less convoluted way to say that).  She saw my Springtime Blooms quilt and wanted a quilt with the same pattern, and with fabrics that have the same softer colors.  I think the Ambleside collection fulfills those needs nicely.  So far, I have 55 blocks finished, and I'm hoping to get the rest sewn tonight and tomorrow so I can get the top put together.

Last week's party was ahh-mazing!  Y'all are really kicking your awesomeness into high gear with the holidays approaching!  I'm positively swooning over this warm/cool AMH Dresden Plate quilt by Maryse Makes Things-


This Modern Maples quilt by Cardboard Boxes and Paper Hearts is such a pretty tribute to the season-


and Cathy at A Quilting Chick linked up a brand new Moda Bake Shop pattern, Night in Old San Antonio (or NIOSA) for short- gorgeous!


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9 comments:

  1. That is a lovely quilt you have in the making!

    It's always nice to see one of my quilts featured here ... Thanks Kelly!!

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  2. Kelly, that D4P is adorable. Very soothing colors. Wishing you all the best in your upcoming marathon sewing sessions!!!
    http://sewpreetiquilts.blogspot.com/

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  3. Thank-you for hosting. This is truly one party I enJOY checking out.

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  4. I love that Ambleside D4P Kelly - it is such a pretty line and looks great in that pattern! I am glad you posted the size. I am working on a Queen sized quilt also. It is a surprise for someone and I can't figure out how to get into their house and measure the depth of their mattress! I know the top is 60x80. I am currently at 72" square. xo jan

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  5. You are using such lovely prints, I love the soft coloring. This quilt will be amazing when it's finished!

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  6. I think this current quilt is just wonderful. I bet you could make it with a layer cake. Do you have a pattern for this? It is going to be Beautiful. I love the simplistic look! Thank you for sharing. Her parents will just Love it!!

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  7. Your new project looks great. I like that the colors are soft without being washed out.

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  8. Hi Kelly! I just came across your blog and am absolutely loving it. Somehow I came across the beautiful blue and brown quilt on Pinterest and it is AMAZING! The teacher that you gave it to is very lucky. I have started following your blog, but havn't had a chance to read much, but I have looked at a lot of your quilts. And I will probably be interested in some tutorials. I have only pieced several quilt tops.... I have never done any quilting, but I really want to do it. I look forward to checking out all that you have to offer! BTW... this quilt is beautiful as well!!! Happy quilting!

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    1. Hi Shelly!

      I am so glad you found my blog, and so happy to know that you have enjoyed checking out my quilts! Welcome!

      :) Kelly

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