The Promise of Spring–A Quilt Finish

Hello everyone!  You may have noticed that I took a few weeks off from blogging.  I had my birthday in there, a couple of teaching/talk gigs, and a quilt retreat with 13 friends from all over the US.  It was great!

But I’m back and I have a new quilt finish to share with you!

The Promise of Spring Quilt by Kim Lapacek

Blend Fabrics sent me some of Cori Dantini’s “Promise of Spring” fabric line for me to make a quilt with and use Therm O Web products on.

 The Promise of Spring detail by Kim Lapacek

Many of Cori Dantini’s lines come with a panel of adorable featured creatures.  I created a log cabin pattern that you could use to feature any of her lines with a 12” x 44” panel.  You can get your own copy of the pattern from my craftsy site HERE.The Promise of Spring Quilt by Kim Lapacek

I embellished the quilt with some fun Decofoil.  Earlier this week I blogged for ThermoWeb and shared how you can embellish any project for DecoFoil! 

The Promise of Spring Quilt by Kim Lapacek

It is a really great way to make your quilt pop!  I just adore this line of fabric and the quilt looks perfect hanging on my wall for spring time! 

The Promise of Spring Quilt by Kim Lapacek

Linking up to Finish It Up Friday!

PS – If you ever wonder what I’m up to when I’m not blogging – be sure to follow me on Instagram @PersimonDreams.  I post daily!

2 comments:

  1. i read a lot of stuff and i found that the way of writing to clearifing that exactly want to say was very good so i am impressed and ilike to come again in future..
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  2. OMB...bunnies in bowls. I LOVE it. And I really loved your presentation at the PALS Quilt Guild in Muskegon, MI. I love your approach, attitude and sense of humor; all are very apparent in your quilts. You have re-inspired me! (PS - watched the Nancy Z interview - "Wisconsin time" LOL. Also, is that an Aunty Em sweater you are wearing in that video?).

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