Sunday, July 6, 2014

Trifle Dish Row Quilt

Final Link-Up July 7th

Today is the link up for the Trifle Dish Sew-Along row quilt.  This was some real extensive stitching to complete as there was just a couple of days inbetween the release of the next row/block.  Then throw in a scrappy final border and my machine was at full tilt.


I changed some of the row placements and I made the final border so there was a scrap of a lite that I used in the rows facing into the center. I'm proud to say that approximately 6 yrds of fabric were strictly from the scrap bin.  Unfinished size is 80.5" x 99.5" - this is too large for my home machine, so it will be going to my long armer for quilting.

Please be sure to visit the Moda Bake Shop for the quilt parade (July 7) and the full pdf of the pattern.   

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon 

36 comments:

  1. WOW Sharon! Your quilt looks fantastic.

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  2. wow Sharon this is awesome well done my friend.xx

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  3. Great job. I am amazed that you were able to keep up with that tight schedule. I'd love to see a picture of how your long armer quilts this one up. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. This is a wonderful quilt! I especially love the spools and the flowers...so cute!

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  5. Turned out lovely. I can't even keep caught up with a QAL that has the hints posted once a week that one would have been crazy for me. But I did save off the patterns.

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  6. Wow....love it and your fabric selection! You get soooo much accomplished... I have only printed the patterns. ;)

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  7. What a great quilt! Congrats on the using 6 yards of scraps, that make the quilt even better.

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  8. Oh that is just gorgeous! What a great way to scrap bust. 6 yards huh? Now you can do more shopping! LOL!

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  9. It looks great, Sharon! It was a lot of sewing, but I can't say that it made much of a dent in my stash!! ;-(

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  10. This looks scrapolicious delicious! You are sew accomplisehd ... :) Pat

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  11. Oh Sharon, it turned out wonderful. Love your colors.

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  12. Your quilt is beautiful. I love the bright colors.Such a happy quilt.

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  13. What a cheerful quilt with all of those happy colors and images. Nice job.

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  14. This is just awesome! I love everything about it!
    Amanda

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  15. Your quilt is BEAUTIFUL! I love all your colors!

    Well done!

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  16. This quilt turned out great!! I love it!! Great colors!

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  17. Wow! Your quilt top turned out great. Love how you used the light fabric in your border to help with the transition from the rows. It's a great touch.

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  18. Gorgeous, Sharon - but that's not surprising! I particularly like the scrappy border and how it merges into the body of the quilt!

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  19. Your row quilt turned out great! Wow. That's a big quilt!

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  20. Nice job - love the color choices.

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  21. It is wonderful! I wouldn't try that on my DSM either. What a cheerful piece and I know it was a fun project. The scrap bins never empty but it is the most fun to be digging in them.

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  22. Love love LOVE it! What an absolutely fun quilt to see.

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  23. What fun and using up so many scraps -- that's always good!!

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  24. Beautiful! Now seeing yours, I am encouraged to keep going with mine. I am on row two (but I'm doing needle turn for the appliquéd orange peel blocks.

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  25. Beautiful! I almost did this quilt-along, but felt I didn't have enough time to keep up. Now I'm sorry I didn't! Just love your quilt top - hope you'll post more pix once it is quilted!

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  26. It is gorgeous Sharon , fantastic job !

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  27. A fantastic quilt, love it!

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  28. She is pretty! Great job with it! Love the colors.

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  29. Beautifully done! Love your scrappy border.

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  30. Oh my gosh do I love this!! Wish I would have seen the quiltalong to participate. Your finished top is great!

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  31. Really, really nice Sharon and yeah to you for using up so much scrap yardage.

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