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Beach Time

Posted on: July 29th, 2020 by Lorna McMahon
Which way to the BEACH?
Good old SUMMER TIME!

 

These seagulls are easily my favourite block in this quilt.
But the crabby crab is pretty cute too!

 

This school themed text fabric, printed on Spoonflower, was used to make the white cap waves.

 

 

The wavy line quilting makes it look like the water is moving!!!
The backing is this Kingfisher print from the By The Pond collection by Debbie Shore.
Blue variegated thread on top and in the bobbin to match.

 

Back in my sewing room!
I have been doing some rearranging in here….
More to come soon!
This is the first red binding I have ever applied.
And I LOVE IT!!!

 

The “BEACH” quilt finished at 62″ x 74″
You wanna head to the BEACH too?
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This Alphabet pattern Letter blocks can be constructed in three sizes: 5″, 10″ or 20″
This pattern also includes Numeral blocks and some Punctuation.

Then choose a theme…

And use the 4 pack patterns to make your own quilt.
S is for SEASIDE

 

B is for BEACH
 
P is for POND
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5 Responses

  1. I LOVE your beachy quilt! You make a habit of knocking it out of the park! Thank you for sharing!

  2. Nancy J says:

    Your quilting lines, I was so sure the water was rippling,.THIS is a beauty.

  3. This is a super wonderful beautiful quilt, Lorna. You are amazingly creative and so inspiring

  4. sam says:

    This line of quilt patterns is awesome. So inspiring and what fun. Thanks for sharing you marvelous creativity

  5. I have never seen a quilt yet you have made Lorna that I haven't liked.

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