Thursday, October 11, 2012

Tula Pink Sew Along Cartwheels

Just wanted to let you know that I have a post at Sew Sweetness today for my turn in her Tula Pink Sew Along.


Over at Sara's blog, I share my process making two mini's using Tula Pink's Cartwheels pattern (my two little gymnastics enthusiasts LOVE the name!)  I made the rainbow version shown here as well as one using Lotta Jansdotter's Bella fabrics.

This one has already found a home right next to my first EPP mini quilt that I just realized that I never actually quilted!  Hmm . . .




Linking to TGIFF which is at M-R's this week and Crazy Mom Quilts.



23 comments:

  1. I love the colors. How did you quilt it, Free motion?

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  2. I went on over and I love both your versions. Congrats on conquering the curved seam!

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  3. This is just divine. Love the colours and the designs. I don't know why I have it in my head that I can only make bed quilts when mini quilts (a) are quicker and (b) can hang on your wall to make you smile every time you walk past. I must add some to my burgeoning to-do list!

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  4. Looking great Beth, I love both versions but I think my favourite is the aqua blue/grey and I particular like the text fabric :)

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  5. Love em both, but the rainbow one is my fave ;-)

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  6. This is so beautiful, Beth! I love that you made them into minis!

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  7. So in love with the cartwheels! The colours are gorgeous!! =D

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  8. Love both of your cartwheels, Beth!!! Your curve piecing looks great, beautiful fabric colours and prints - your quilting looks fantastic as always.

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  9. Beautiful Beth! Your piecing looks fabulous and what great bright colours!

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  10. Adorable and I dont think the EPP needs quilting, it looks sweet

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  11. Gorgeous rainbow mini and you were obviously super keen to put the other one straight on the wall and who can blame you!

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  12. Absolutely gorgeous! I haven't done any EPP yet, is it hard on the hands?

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  13. Oooh, LOVE it, Beth! Love those colours against the greys!

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  14. Oh WOW!! I love it!! The colour against the greys is just awesome!! You know how I love a rainbow ;)

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  15. Checked out your post Beth, you really did battle those curves into submission :) Love them both.

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  16. I love both of your minis, they turned out so beautiful! Both color schemes work out really well on the gray background. Your circle quilting looks so good!

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  17. I've left a comment over at Sara's but wanted to pop by and tell you here as well just how much I love your two minis - and especially the blue/grey colour scheme! Cobngratulations on beating curves and on two beautiful quilts - inspiring!

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  18. Love the cartwheels Beth!! It looks fabulous. I am going over to Sara's blog now :)

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  19. This is beautiful! I love the colours you've chosen :)

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  20. I love your beautiful cartwheel mini - gorgeous neutrals for the background, too!

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  21. I love them Beth, you made me want to make one!

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