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Rainbow Fancy Forest | A Finished Quilt


so this quilt has been completed for a few weeks, i just haven't gotten around to posting about it. this year seems to be the year of sewing Elizabeth Hartman patterns. that probably has something to do with Gnome Angel's Elizabeth Hartman Sew-A-Long, but i will take it. since it seems to be a trend with me to own her patterns for awhile before i actual stitch it up.

for my version of Fancy Forest, i knew i wanted to add in plenty of color, but still do the small quilt. so that meant not following to pattern for picking colors (go figure i decide to go against the grain) but i love my rainbow version.

this is yet another stash busting quilting. minus the background this quilt came from my stash and it felt wonderful sewing with some of my favorite fabrics. there is plenty of Lizzy House, Alison Glass, Cotton+Steel, Kaffe Fassett, and others. for the background i used Essex Yarn Dyed Linen in Indigo.

i can't wait to hang this in my bedroom, whenever it gets painted, hopefully soon.

Quilt Stats:
Pattern: Fancy Forest by Elizabeth Hartman
Dimensions: 35 inches x 47 inches
Quilting: Straight Line, random plaid
Fabrics: Lizzy House, Alison Glass, Cotton+Steel, Kaffe Fassett, and Essex Yarn Dyed Linen

Comments

  1. It's beautiful! I think the yellow bunny may be my favorite. It's fun to see such bright colors all together!

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  2. Wonderful quilt, great job!

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  3. Hooray for stash busting! I love your rainbow version of this quilt, it looks great!

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  4. This pretty quilt will brighten any room.

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