Saturday, May 14, 2011

Heaven Crystals


Here is a quilt that I made a couple of years ago for a quilt guild challenge. I took a pattern that I found from Coffee Time Quilts, by Cathy Wierzbicki  and tweaked it just a tad.
I learned a bit about EQ5 at that time and how not to stretch the bias.
This is one of my grand-daughters favorite quilts that I have made and it will be hers when she is older.
Amy's Creative Side

It has won two places in two different quilt guilds.


This is the QUILT FESTIVAL requirements that you may want to check out for yourself.
http://amyscreativeside.com/2011/05/13/bloggers-quilt-festival-spring-2011/

20 comments:

Kari said...

Amazing blocks!

carol fun said...

I love this quilt! Brightly colored snowflakes - so cool!

Anonymous said...

This is fantastic! I've always wanted to do this type of block, you're inspiring me to get on it.

Leila said...

So striking! Beautiful.

MARIKA said...

Very beautiful quilt work

Pattilou said...

Love the contrast with the black background. The feathered stars are beautiful and the varied colored sashing really sets it off nice.

Lonci said...

What a wonderful quilt:)

Miri said...

Striking quilt! Beautiful feathered stars!

Brenda said...

Love your feathered stars, that pattern scares me.

Michelle said...

Nice piecing of this design and vibrant colors, thank you for sharing it with us.

stitchinpenny said...

I love the brights against the black - great quilt.

Melinda said...

Wow! I LOVE the bright colors!

Debbie said...

wow. your quilt is amazing!

Anonymous said...

awesome choice of colours! Really pops on the black background!

Editfolt said...

Congratulations! Stunning piece!

Karen said...

It is a truly stunning quilt! Such beautiful work. I am sure your grand daughter will treasure it.

MariQuilts said...

Beautiful!!!

Anne Ida said...

GORGEOUS!!!!

Eileen said...

This is a wonderfully beautiful quilt. Love your stars and the colors are great. Your pieced border is nice, too. Thanks for sharing and have a great day

Eileen said...

Just realized I said stars...meant beautiful snowflakes. Piecing is wonderful