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Completed the Moda Fresh Flowers Quilt

Here are photos of the completed Fresh Flowers Quilt with fabrics from Moda.  I still have to finish quilting the layers, but all the pieces are together.
overal quilt
It does not have a traditional binding.  I wanted the backing fabric to ‘wrap-around’ to the front side.  So, I attached the backing {with the batting attached} to the pieced front, with the ruffle insertion attached, leaving an opening to turn the quilt inside out.  I then closed both ends when I attached the silky, carrot fabric.  Flipped the quilt inside out, sewed down both sides along the ruffle, and now it is ready to be quilted.
ruffle detail
I just love these fabrics.  The printed text fabrics are just lovely.  Wordy = cute!
back detail

corner detail


  1. This is adorable!!! So many and beautiful colors!! Just found you through a hop:-) I wanted to comment on your lovely quilt right away!! I can now read the rest of your blog!!!
    Have a nice day:-)

  2. I love these fabrics! Thanks for stopping by our blog and leaving a sweet comment!


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