In 'Throw Back Thursday' fashion, I'm sharing an older quilt I made before I started this blog. I'm hoping to do a series of these throughout the year to record quilts that I've made in the past to create an online record of them. First up is this 'All Stars' throw.
I made this quilt five or six years ago when I was still part owner in a quilt shop. As a way to move older fabric, my mom and I made kits using Cozy Quilt Strip Club patterns. The patterns are great for scrappy quilts using 2 1/2" strips. The quilt measures 64" x 76" and was very fast and easy to make. This quilt was made with an older line of 3 Sisters fabric from Moda, but for the life of me I can't remember the name and I couldn't find it online. I quilted this quilt with an edge-2-edge pattern called "Brocade Fans" that was a free pattern that came with our Gammill Statler long arm.
This is now one of my 'camper' quilts. It adds a cozy feel to the living room of our 5th wheel and I love the extra pop the aqua and pinky-red brings to the tan and brown color scheme in the camper.
I hope you don't mind strolling down my quilty memory lane as I document some of my older quilt finishes!