Thursday, January 9, 2020

◢ HST Shuffle Mini ◣

Here's my second quilt finish of 2020!!!

By the way, HST stands for
Half Square Triangle.
Quilt Info:
Pattern: HST Shuffle Mini
Size: 16 1/2" X 16 1/2"
Fabrics: Beach Road by Jen Kingwell for Moda
Backing: IKEA
Batting: Quilters Dream Batting Poly
Thread: Superior Metallics--Variegated Silver
Quilting: Freehand--Matchstick
Interesting Info: This is a free pattern with purchase of a 2 1/2" Candy Charm pack from Suppose Quilt Boutique in Preston, Idaho. 

Here it is in the "webbed" stage:



It doesn't show up well in the photos, but the metallic thread and binding add a lot of interest to this quilt!





Grace and peace!!! ~Nancy
  
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19 comments:

  1. Oh it's beautiful! The fabrics are just stunning. At first I thought this was Natalie Barnes's fabric, now I will have to check out Beach Road. I'm thinking of trying out this style of matchstick quilting for a quilt I have, but I've never done it on a longarm before. Do you section it off and then go back and fill it, or do you just go from top to bottom, in small increments?

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  2. So cute, and I am in awe of your matchstick quilting!

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  3. What a fun finish, Nancy! So quick, bright, and cheerful!

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  4. I need to try a random HST project. I have done 2 recently that were very structured, but I love the look of yours.

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  5. Fun little quilt, to be sure! That’s quite the photo shoot! I enjoyed this post.

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  6. It's really eye catching. How do you like the metallic thread? I've never used anything other than 100% cotton and SoFine. Thank you for linking up to Put your foot down.

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  7. Loved seeing it in person at club!

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  8. That's a modern beauty for sure, Nancy. Love the play of those half square triangles.

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  9. Perfect finish!!! and what a fun little quilt!!!

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  10. I am loving this - so easy yet so elegant. I do bet that thread is so much fun with those colors! Did it behave well in your machine?

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  11. Love the movement in this quilt. And of course, the metallic thread, which can be tricky, but so worth it. I hope it played nicely for you!

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  12. Oh, those fabulous fabrics! Love the quilting thread, too :)

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  13. SEW super cute, Nancy!! I can't imagine loading a mini on the longarm. Too funny!

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  14. I love this one! The quilting puts it over the top! And the binding!

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  15. What a happy and cheerful finish! I love everything about this mini quilt! I like the metallic thread. Maybe I should try that sometime too.
    Quilter Bonnie

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  16. Small and Cute like a button :-)

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