Earthy quilts

For Cort to decide on a design! :)


Earthy quilts

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Amy Hodge is a native Kentuckian transplanted to Northern California, who began her career as a scientist and now spends most of her days amidst fabric, thread, bobbins and needles.

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Jelly roll quilt I want to make, 8X8 sqaures 2 1/2 sashing, 4 inch borders..

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Frames by E Hartman, Tula Pink fabric

Welcome Finn!

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When you add navy

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When you add burgundy

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i like the interesting modern #piecework in this #fall #quilt

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Greens and browns, a bit traditional.

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Simple but pretty.

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We need bigger of course. We could make with or without the outer borders, whichever you prefer.

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Click through this one to go to Etsy. Be sure you like the close-up photos (photos 3 and 5). When you are close up you lose the optical illusion, which is fine, just be sure you like that. :)

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The bright green is so pretty against the really dark brown.

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Ultra-modern. These are solid fabrics which really make a statement (but do show dog hair a bit more!) :) This is super pretty I think.

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Same quilt idea but with beige sashing and borders. Just to give you an idea of a non-white design. :) The blocks are a little darker and use more chocolate brown because the borders were darker.

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A more modern-style sampler. The blocks are all different but very green. :) White borders. This is like a brighter/lighter earthy tone quilt.

Sewing & Quilt Gallery: Fraternal Twins

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You have to use your imagination a little on this one. Consider this as a partial quilt. This is a sampler style with different block designs and nice dark borders in chocolate (we could do hunter green borders too)

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Of course we'd make it bigger! :)

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Lots of brown

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How about with dark green or brown instead of the navy?

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This is just for the design. We could use earthier colors maybe?

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Maybe with a less busy-looking background and border?

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