Snail’s Trail Quilt–Classic and Vintage from the Fat Quarter Shop

Happy Friday everyone!  I’ll be spending the day at my daughter’s softball tournament and I can’t wait!  But before I head out … here’s my latest quilt finish – Headera Snail’s Trail Quilt for the Fat Quarter Shops Classic and Vintage Series.

IMG_3509I always have a good time with the Classic and Vintage Series from the Fat Quarter Shop.  This Snail’s Trail Quilt was no exception.  It was fun to pick random red, pink, orange and grey fabrics to create this unique twist on the classic.  There are so many unexpected combinations in there that each piece of fabric reveals something new!

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Four snail blocks make a perfect size for either a table topper, wall hanging or baby quilt.  The design also lended itself perfectly for a fun curvy feather quilting design!  I’m not an expert yet but practice makes perfect … right … eventually …

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Of course … I finished binding it earlier this week at my daughter’s softball game (happy summer)!!!  How many other softball mom’s are out there with a quilt, thread, needle and thimble cheering their kiddo’s on this summer?! 

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Head on over to the Jolly Jabber to see what other blogger’s did with this Classic and Vintage Quilt Pattern and see how you can join in the fun!FlashSale-Banner2-min

PS – the Fat Quarter Shop’s Birthday Celebration Flash sale is still happening!  Head over now to make sure you don’t miss any of the fabulous deals!

3 comments:

  1. I always love your twist on a design! Beautiful work

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  2. You seem to have some broken picture links, including your header. I like your quilt - very different coloring.

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  3. I love the bright fabrics as a baby quilt! And much more practical for spit-ups than pastels...

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