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Moda Fresh Flowers Quilt Top

The quilt top has gone from this sneak peak shot...

To this...
I love the orange silky fabric and the fun pleated trim I found at Hobby Lobby...

The fabrics used in this quilt top are Fresh Flowers from Moda.  This entire quilt top was pieced together using a Jelly Roll, and there is still fabric left over to add a piecing strip to the quilt back.


  1. You did a beautiful job on this and I love the yellow trim. By the way- I wish that was me on that hammock too! I know what you mean about no kiddos and the time to lounge in such a wonderful manner. Maybe soon for both of us. :)

  2. Oooh! That is beautiful Kimberlee! Love the colors! So happy looking!

  3. Oh... love the colors.. just perfect for Spring and Summer!

    thanks for the follow - right back at you!

    Maddie- the Domestic Anarchist

  4. Oh this looks wonderful, the colours are fab!

  5. That is gorgeous! I've taken a quilting break and seeing that make me want to go back and create again. I have some pretty fabric just waiting for me!
    Thanks so much for hopping over to my silly little blog today. Your comment made my day. :)


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