Modern Solids Quilt Along – FINISHED!

Modern Solids Sampler - COMPLETEAfter months of working on this quilt – my Patchwork Solids Sampler quilt is finally finished!  Thanks to Patchwork Squared for moderating this quilt along.  I don’t think I ever would have made an all ‘solids’ quilt without this little nudge and now I can say I’ll probably be making many more in the future!   Modern Solids Quilt - Close Up of Quilting Done by Barb Raisbeck of QuiltsbyBarb

I know it may seem a bit weird that I ‘mosaiced’ the quilt blocks separately but I really want to give you guys a better view of the quilting (some pictures are  bit blurry…I really need some sun and NO wind so I can get some decent photo’s taken).  Barb Raisbeck of QuiltsbyBarb truly did an amazing job with the quilting on this piece.  Each block is a different pattern and it’s the perfect pattern for each particular block.  I couldn’t have asked for anything more!

Modern Solids Sampler - label I created labels in spoonflower for my quilts!  I like this one especially because I pieced it right into the back – it’s never going anywhere…Modern Solids Sampler - back

The back is pieced with the ‘leftover’ solids from the quilt front.  I love how you can really see the quilting on the back as well too.

5 comments:

  1. Turned out beautifully!!! I really do dig the solid patchwork concept - it really does make the quilting itself pop! Awesome job!! :)

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  2. It looks wonderful. The quilting really showcases each block.

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  3. The quilting is fantastic! Beautiful quilt Kim.

    What a great idea using Spoonflower for your labels.

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  4. It`s spectacular.I love your solids!

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  5. Wow the quilt is amazing. Love the color and the back ... Spechless. Wonderful work

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