Sunday Sneak Peek

I’ve decided to give sneak peaks on Sundays of projects that I have in the works. I’m hoping that by seeing the fun ribbons and fabrics, you’ll get creative inspiration for future projects. :)


I have had old jeans in a drawer for over a year. The plan was to make a jean quilt. And thanks to these super cute fabrics and the deadline of Christmas, I have started it! I can’t wait to show you guys the finished product.

I love the fabrics and especially how soft they are.

I chose Orange Medium Dot On Cream in Just Dreamy by My Mind’s Eye. It’s currently on clearance right now. (I love the clearance section!) This fabric will be the back of the quilt.

The front is a zig zag of the three other fabrics.

The red fabric is Cherry Flowers in Lollipop by Sandy Gervais for Moda. I love it! It’s kind of a orangeish red and goes so well with the other fabrics.

The blue fabric is Dark Sea Dotted Swirls in Cosmopolitan by Exclusively Quilters. This fabric will also be my binding.

I am almost done cutting out the fabric and I can’t wait to get it all sewn. This will be my first pieced quilt. If any one has any tips out there, I’m all ears. :)

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  1. Posted December 12, 2010 at 9:47 pm | Permalink

    Go for it! I love your fabrics. I made a zig zag over the summer and I think they’re great…not difficult, yet so stunning to look at. Take your time and keep your seams accurate at 1/4 inch…ask me how I know that’s important! I blogged about mine if you’d like to see it, but I can’t wait to see yours with these great fabrics and the denim in there too!
    http://smalltownstitcher.blogspot.com/2010/10/my-favorite-thing-ive-made-so-far.html

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