Friday, October 11, 2013

3...2...1...Blast Off!!!


I made some more things with the remainder of my Atomic Bots fabric.  You can check out my other Atomic Bots baby quilt here.

First up is a cute toddler quilt.  This was my first time using a panel and I think it turned out really nice.



I did a patchwork border and then highlighted it with navy blue straight line quilting just inside the seams.  Then lots more straight line quilting down the white borders.


Check out those wonderful soft puckers.  One of my favorite parts of quilting is finishing it all up so I can run it to the washer.  Somehow all my quilts just seem so much better after that first wash and dry.

The back is a nice crisp white kona and then I used the outer space print for the binding.


My fat quarter bundle came with a piece of borders and there wasn't enough to include it in a quilt but it worked out nicely on this pillow.


The color scheme in this fabric is just so great for a little boy.  I did lightly quilt this pillow cover in diagonal lines across the patchwork and then straight lines across the border piece.


This cover was done just to use up all my extra patchwork squares.  I did fussy cut the robot head for the very middle piece to give it some character.  I decided not to quilt this one out just so it was a more smooth finish.

All of these plus a few other cute quilts and some table runners are available in my etsy shop and just for being loyal blog followers you can use code GSGBLOG10 to get 10% off any ready-made order from now until 10/25.

~ Gold Shoe Girl ~

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5 comments:

  1. What a super quilt! Very cute.

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  2. Adorable fabric, and I love how your worked the panel into a quilt. I love that border!

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  3. I agree...soft and crinkly after being washed and dried is the best! Great projects!

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  4. Really nice! You're right, the colors are perfect and that fabric is so fun.

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