I finished the Turnstile Quilt that I started in a class about 3 years ago. (I only needed to have it quilted and then bind it.) The Tall Pine Quilters Guild had Debbie Grifka present a trunk show and the following day she taught the Turnstile quilt class in 3 hours.
My rendition of the quilt was made using a charm pack I had purchased online (I don't remember the fabric line or company) and a solid peach for the background. It was fun to make. I like sewing a specific quilt pattern with a group of people because everyone can see how the quilt looks with different fabric choices.
I found a flowery/leafy print that worked well with the solid background fabric on the front.
My friend, Michelle, quilted it with an organic flower motif.
And in my stash I found a 1/4 yard cut of this peach cross-hatched fabric to use as the binding.
I'm linking up to Meadown Mist Designs' Favorite Monthly LinkUp and The Crafty Quilter UFO & WIP Challenge this month. Click the link button at the top left of my blog to see what other finishes people have shared.
That is so lovely & delicate. Thanks for sharing.
I really like the turnstile design! And the peach background sets it off beautifully!
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