I just love my newest seasonal quilt! The pattern is called Tulip Market from Coriander Quilts. I purchased it at The Little Foot Quilt Shoppe along with the different green fabrics for the leaves and stems. The tulips are made with a jelly roll of solids that I purchased from Craftsy back when they sold fabrics. The background was clearance fabric from Connecting Threads. Everything came together beautifully. I stitched the quilt top a few years back but quilted and finished it just about a month ago.
The quilting is with a light green thread and an edge-to-edge design called Antwerp. In case you are wondering, Antwerp is a city in Belgium, but all I can think of every time I hear the word is "twerp" which is a silly or annoying person. Despite the unusual name, it is a flowy tulip-like pattern with some swirls and leaves which suits this quilt perfectly!
This quilt has reached its destination hanging behind my longarm, brightening up my basement studio where I also spend a lot of time now that I work from home.
Oh, look at that pretty quilt on the quilt frame and that wall of Creative Grids rulers off to the left. It's a happy, inspiring place!
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I LOVE to quilt, and every day I must sew for my sanity!