Last November, I asked the quilters of the Love Circle of do. Good Stitches to make blocks using the tutorials on Jodi’s blog, Tales of Cloth.

Red Sky at Night

I suggested a palette of dark blue, gold, light blue, warm reds, and creamy low volumes.

Target

For the back, I used some much-loved coordinating half yards and fat quarters. I’d been holding on to many of those prints but couldn’t find the right project. When I had them together on the back it was easy to let them go from my stash – I thought they were too perfect together to hold any one of them back for a project that merely “might be.” I’m satisfied to see them there now.

RSAN back

I quilted straight-lines about 3/8″ apart in the sashing and perle cotton size 8 for the tying in the pieced blocks. I used the blue grid from Carolyn Friedlander’s Doe line which I

RSAN detail

I still need to get a label on this, but when I do, I have two quilts ready to be mailed to Wrap them in Love, the charity that our circle supports. I’ll share the other quilt soon!

Cheers!

RSAN rolled

Linking to crazymomquilts.

7 Comments

  1. Sarah Fredette

    Such a pretty quilt!! Love this color palette too — and the combination of tying and machine quilting is perfect!!! I may need to try that soon…

  2. Karisma

    What lovely colors in this project!!!! And how amazing… using your talents for such an amazing cause! Thank you for sharing! Aloha. 

  3. Kitty Wilkin

    You’re a pro at finding balance with a bunch of random(esque) blocks! This quilt looks great. The combo of tying and machine quilting is a pretty fun touch, too. I’m in awe of all that you do. One day, I will contribute to a Do Good Stitches quilt. Mark my words (but don’t hold me to it until at least the fall!) lol <3

  4. Carie

    Oh what a gorgeous colour scheme and a beautiful quilt – I love how well balanced it is for lots of different blocks 🙂

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