Friday, October 7, 2011

Parisville, Baby

Finally unpacked and back at my machine!
My husband's cousin is expecting her first baby and it's a girl. I had a Parisville fat quarter bundle that I've been dying to cut into. I also wanted to make a Loulouthi Tiles baby quilt and knew this fabric would be perfect!
Quilt Stats:
measurements: 42"x48"
fabric: Parisville
quilted by machine in a random meandering stipple stitch with Connecting Threads "Sunshine".

Then I made this mini quilt for Crystal, who is a WAY BETTER photographer so you'll see better pictures over there!
She is helping me make a king sized quilt for my bed. I finally decided what I wanted to do and it's going to be a huge project and she kindly offered to help make half the blocks and make a couple pillow covers too! So my way to repay her is to make her a mini quilt each month for a year.
I'm so excited that I'm laying in bed at night with ideas swarming in my head endlessly!


  1. Hi Jen. :0) Your quilts are gorgeous. :0) And what a sweet friend to help in such a great way. :0) Making my king took quite some time. :0)
    Hugs. Trish

  2. I'm in love with your Parisville quilt! I love how simple designs can make a quilt. It looks so nice and crinkly, too :) Wall quilt is gorgeous, too - so much eye candy in one post!

  3. Love the quilt, I really like designs that showcase the fabric. Looking forward to seeing all the mini quilts.

  4. I am liking that view behind the quilt! Much better than the wall ;) Looks great!

  5. Hi Jen! The quilt is gorgeous and you are really making want to learn how to stipple!
    Thanks for including the sailboats in the background. Makes me think about Jamestown :)

  6. Parisville is one of my VERY favorite fabric lines. and your mini quilt is so cute!


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