37 circle quilt take two.

2.10.2011

I finally finished my second take on the circle quilt.  This one is a little more vibrant and fun than the first one.
I used a Claire Bella flannel as the backing to make it extra snuggly.
I quilted along each of the seams to make a grid pattern and also around each of the circles.  They kind of pop out off the rest of the quilt.
It's bound in Kona Ash (no surprise there).
Of course I had to add a little Bijou Lovely tag to the back for good measure.
I couldn't resist the polka dots when wrapping this one up!
I hope mommy and baby both love their circle quilt!

37 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I love the vibrant colors that you picked. This is definitely on my list of quilts to make soon!

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  2. Lovely! I'm certain it will be loved -- great work!

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  3. You do such a great job! I recently found out my brother and his wife are expecting, so I'm hoping to get enough courage to make them a quilt! Going to try to make some pillows this weekend or next weekend and go from there! Are you still thinking of doing a tutorial?

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  4. Beautiful! You are so talented!

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  5. Love the patterns and colors in this quilt!

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  6. Love the color, love the design...and the Kona ash. Well done!

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  7. Love it! I love the flannel on the back, that's my idea of a quilt that can actually be used rather than just draped over a sofa.

    I'm super impressed with your labels and stickers with your name- are you still handmaking each label?

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  8. Oh my gosh Holly, LOVE this! It's so fun!

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  9. I am in LOVE with this quilt! It so bright and fun :)

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  10. Beautiful! It is a very sweet quilt. I am sure the lucky recipient will LOVE it!

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  11. It looks awesome! I have never made a circle quilt, but its on my list. Please, please, please do a tutorial.

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  12. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! What talent! What inspiration! I'm dying, just dying over this quilt! So much that I made my husband come look at it...he just looked at me like I was crazy...but, what does he really know about quilts anyway :)
    Your tag is adorable as well - do you mind if I steal the idea??? Simply lovely!

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  13. Cute! I haven't made a circle quilt in a while, but I might have to make another one soon! (I like having my tutorial to refer to-it makes it easy to do another one!!) I like your grid quilting.

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  14. This is gorgeous! Ironically I am about to quilt a circle quilt and I was trying to figure out how I wanted to do it. I think I may have to steal your style!

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  15. I love the fabrics you picked for this! It looks really great!

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  16. I love my quilt! Thank you so much for all your hard work on it! I know it will be well used and loved by baby Charlotte! Thanks Again! Jennifer

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  17. I'm in love with this quilt. I hope you don't mind if I copy it (when I learn to quilt).

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  18. That is so cute. You could use it for twister. lol

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  19. I'm absolutely in love with this quilt. Actually I'm trying to make one for myself (take one). I am blogging my progress at sewhappiness.blogspot.com. Thanks again for your great tutorial. lol

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  20. I featured your quilt on my blog today!

    kimboscrafts.blogspot.com

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  21. I love this quilt! My mom made one for my new baby girl:

    http://alittlegray.blogspot.com/2011/05/baby-bedding-quilt.html

    (I put the pics in your flickr group too.)
    Thanks for the inspiration!

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  22. Beautiful quilt, and a perfect baby gift, so many patterns to trace and colours to look at!

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  23. It is just adorable! Can you tell me what size the blocks (squares) were that you used? I want to make one!!!

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  24. Love this quilt...I think I will make one soon

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  25. I love the vibrant colored fabrics that you used. Where do you find your fabrics? It is a beautiful quilt.

    Thanks

    SLC

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  26. SLC - The fabrics used in this quilt were definitely a mix of different designers! Mostly from fabric.com I think, but you could find them at any modern quilting shop!

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  27. I absolutely LOVE this quilt. I've been a sewer ever since I was little and even though I've only made a handful of quilts in my life I deeply admire the craftsmanship that goes into each piece. Your work is amazing and your selection of prints is amazing! I shared your quilt today on my blog as my inspiration to finally make my daughter a quilt for her nursery. I would love for you to stop by sometime!

    http://jroxdesigns.wordpress.com/2012/09/19/modern-quilts-inspiration-wednesdays/

    Amber

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  28. I love your quilts! I really like your bijoulovely tag that you sew on the back. where did you print your personal tags?? would love to get some made for myself. :)

    thanks for your help.

    becca
    beccamatsu at gmail dot com

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  29. Love the circles. What a fun quilt. Have a super day!

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  30. Just great, I am sharing this to my Facebook wall!

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  32. Absolutely wonderful! I'd like to make one that is similar, did you make the pattern?

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  33. Beautiful quilt! Love how the colors and the back "fit" together nicely!

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