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Doctor Who Tiles Quilt : A Finished Quilt

Another quilt is off of my third quarter finish-a-long! I sewed up the quilt top during a retreat in May and it has sat in my wip pile since. I finally found some backing fabric and set to work.

Most of the Doctor Who fabric was leftover from my first Doctor Who quilt that I made for my husband last Christmas. So this was great quilt to use up some small scraps and will a few blenders added in, this makes a great guy quilt.

I used Jeni Baker's Honeydew quilt pattern and I love how fast it come together. After a day of sewing at an all day retreat I had a finished top! Plus this is a great pattern for using up scrap squares with some yardage a perfect combination in my book!


For the quilting, I did vertical straight lines down the middle of the columns and then straight lines across the rows. I used Aurifil #2610 for the quilting and I love how it just blends in with the Kona gray and the Doctor Who fabric.

Quilt Stats:
Pattern: Honeydew by Jeni Baker
Dimensions: 64 x 74 inches
Quilting: Straight line
Fabric: Doctor Who, few blenders, and Kona gray

Happy Sewing!

Linking up with Lorna from Sew Fresh Quilts for Let's Bee Social!

Comments

  1. I like the design and the fabrics are really fun! Wendy at piecefulthoughts@gmail.com

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  2. Congratulations on your finish. It's a great quilt, with lots of fun fabrics and I love the simple quilting.

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  3. I really love this piece. The simplicity of the quilting really appeals to me - it just works here. Great job.

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  4. What a great quilt! This would be a good quilt theme for my son who is also a Doctor Who fan!

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