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Blue Tile Quilt | A Finished Quilt


Quilt number 2 for 2020 is done! And bonus this completes one of my items from my 20 for 2020 list! It feels great to finally have this quilt and my last one done for my girls.

This quilt was created for my oldest daughter Nora. I started this quilt with my 2019 Triple Block Bee Mates. Nora wanted a quilt made with blue, purple and teal/aqua. Using the Antique Tile quilt block and colors I let my bee mates choose where to put colors.


I just love how it turned out! Just love the scrappy nature of this quilt. Plus with the mermaids and unicorn fabric my daughter Nora loves it as well.


As with my other quilt that I made for my other daughter, I backed this one with Cuddle. I am almost to the point where I only want to back my quilts that are to be used with Cuddle. It just gives them a nice cozy feel. And again I quilted this one of a long arm since I didn't want to push this one through my machine.

So happy to finally be posting about this quilt, since it has been done since January.

Quilt Stats
Pattern: Antique Tile quilt block
Dimensions: 70 inches x 83.5 inches
Quilting: Random Straight Lines
Fabric: Random fabric from my stash and my bee-mates stashes

Comments

  1. Pretty! I love the colors, and it's great that there are mermaids and other friends hiding out, waiting to be found! I love backing my quilts with fleece (not necessarily cuddle, but that works too) and the softness, plus it makes a great weight quilt!

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