Thursday, October 31, 2019

Tula 🎀 Pink ㆔ Triple 🐄 Barnstar🌟Quilt

I heart Tula Pink fabrics! Here's my latest personal finish made from my Tula stash:






I recently bought this striped fabric, called "Tick Tock Stripe", from the Tula Pink "Chipper" line. I based my quilt on the colors in this striped fabric, then used it for the binding:

Quilt Info:
Pattern: Triple Barnstar by Amy Gibson
Size: 91" X 91"
Fabrics: Various prints by Tula Pink, "White Page" Grunge background
Batting: Quilter's Dream Batting, 80/20 white
Backing: pieced from leftover extra-wide backing fabrics 
Quilting: Sashiko
Thread: Glide White
Interesting Fact: The original pattern finishes at 72" square. I wanted a larger quilt for a queen size bed, so I carried the design out to another set of squares all around the outside to bring it up to 91" square. Although I used stash, this pattern can be made from 10" squares.

Grace & peace!!! ~Nancy
Linking up with Needle & Thread Thursday, Put Your Foot Down, TGIFF, Confessions of a Fabric Addict, Friday Foto Fun, Finished or Not Friday, From Bolt to Beauty, Favorite Finish, UFO Busting, Oh Scrap, What I Made Monday, Design Wall Monday, Monday Making, Colour & Inspiration Tuesday, Wednesday Wait Loss, Midweek Makers

36 comments:

  1. Nice quilt, love the quilting design!

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  2. That's a pretty design! Love the layers of stars!

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  3. Beautiful quilt, I love your quilting designs too

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  4. Love your choice and color of fabrics. It's a cute and fun quilt. It's my favorite quilt of the month too!
    Quilter Bonnie

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  5. Nancy, this is beautiful. I love the fabrics you used and where you used them. I had to go look at the original pattern to see how you extended. Great job!

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  6. You just can't go wrong with those bright Tula colors. Combine them with a star pattern, and you have a beautiful quilt! Love the quilt design too - so cool!

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  7. That is gorgeous and huge! Tula fabrics are so much fun to play with. I think they are perfection in this quilt!

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  8. That is a stunner!! the colors just pop and make you smile right away!! Beautiful finish!

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  9. I can see why that stripe caught your eye! What a wonderful color palette. Beautiful quilt, Nancy :)

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  10. What a fun quilt! I love that quilting design too. Are you using a computer for this or is this hand guided? I would love to try that design.

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    1. My quilting here is hand guided with a laser light and using the paper pantograph called "Sashiko".

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    2. I am amazed that anyone could follow such an intricate paper pantograph as beautifully as you did. This is beautiful and I love your solution for enlarging the star. Great job!

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  11. Nancy, I love the star design and your bright fabrics. It’ll add so much cheer to a bedroom. Your work is always beautiful.

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  12. Your quilt is gorgeous! I love the binding and all of the pretty fabrics. Beautiful finish.

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  13. What a great quilt, Nancy!! LOVE that stripy binding, too!

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  14. Well this turned out beautifully!!

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  15. Wow, so beautiful and bright!

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  16. Gorgeous! I love Tula fabrics too. But it's really hard to cut into them. Congratulations on a stunner!

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  17. Wow, I had to look at the original pattern, and then your quilt, to see what you meant by making it larger. It really seems to need to be drawn outward like you have done. I love it! And the quilting is the perfect choice.

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  18. I've made Amy's Barn Star a couple of times too - I love this bright scrappy version, can't go wrong with Tula Pink!

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  19. Such a cheerful finish, thank you for linking up to Put your foot down. I have read a lot about Tula Pink fabric but have never used it myself.

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  20. I am not usually a big Tula fan but the way you put this together is just gorgeous!!!

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  21. Lovely! That quilting has such great texture. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

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  22. That is lovely and a great pattern to use up scraps. Must remember it. Take care.

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  23. Wow -- 91 x 91! But such a strong graphic pattern that it would be effective even if resized.

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  24. I’m not a huge Tula Pink fabric fan, I think all the strong colors and design intimidate me. But I love this quilt! You rock, Nancy!!

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  25. Lots of gorgeous colours in this quilt. I really like the combination.

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  26. Oh, wow! At first blush, I thought this was a small wall hanging, but the in-process quilting shot proved me wrong. The large-scale piecing really lends to Tula's intricate fabric designs. Well done!

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  27. Hi Nancy! Wowee - this is a stunner. The fabrics look fabulous, and isn't it nice to pull these fabrics from your stash?! I just LOVE the quilting pattern you used. It really gives the piece nice texture without drawing away from the overall design. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  28. This is really fun. I'm currently trying to use up some scraps, so I wonder how it would look with crumb pieced blocks. I love it with your Tula Pink fabrics.

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  29. Great design and quilting pattern, I really like this finish!

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  30. Such a vibrant quilt, and wonderful quilting too!! Great finish!

    -Soma

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  31. Lovely! I ❤️ Tula! Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.

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  32. Well done Nancy! It looks a lot bigger on the frame than on the ground - enjoy!

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