Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Spiny 🗻 Peaks

This is my quilt that I started for National Sew a Jelly Roll Day, September 18, 2021!!!
Quilt Info:
Maker: Me!!!
Pattern: Spiny Peaks from Zen Chic for Moda--a FREE pattern!!!
Size: 74" X 69"
Batting: Quilters Dream 100% Cotton
Thread: Glide--Egg Nog
Pantograph: Sparkler ⤵️ from Dawna's Design Threads--a FREE panto!!!
Interesting Info: This is a free pattern, perfect for leftover bits of jelly rolls and/or scraps. The rows are sewn together on the diagonal, which makes the finished size difficult to calculate. I followed the instructions, but unlike the pattern, mine turned out wider than it is long!!! Of course it can just be turned on it's side, but I do prefer the look of the chevrons going horizontally. 
Here are some close-ups of my scraps! ⤴️⤵️
For backing I used this large graphic floral print from a duvet cover from IKEA!!! ⤵️
Grace and peace!!! ~Nancy

20 comments:

  1. What a bright and cheery quilt. It is always fun when your blog has a Nancy original! I love looking at a quilt like that and seeing all the fun fabrics. Sparkler is a really fun quilting design - love its graphicness but it blends nicely into a graphic quilt.

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  2. What a lovely quilt! I love how bright and cheerful it is. And what a great idea using material from an IKEA duvet cover for the backing!

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  3. Great pattern, looks complicated. Nice square corners too!

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  4. Fun quilt! Enjoy your finish :) PS: I also like the cevrons running vertically. I have never really considered it but I am surprised to see that I like it ;)

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  5. I love that! Thanks for sharing the link to the pattern. I might have a few scraps that could be made into that one!

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  6. Oh this is such a fun quilt, so bright and happy! You find the best duvet covers at Ikea - did you get it at the Ikea here, or order it online?

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  7. What lovely scraps you have! I like your quilt very much!
    Quilter Bonnie

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  8. Looks great. Thanks for the link to the pattern, too.

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  9. Thanks for sharing where to find the pattern. I'm going to go save it now!

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  10. Great idea for lots of jelly rolls and scraps.
    Your quilt is a lot of fun and is so colourful.
    A wonderful finish. Great backing from Ikea, too.

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  11. Such a bright and cheerful quilt! The quilting pattern is just right for it, and what a great idea to use the duvet cover from Ikea for backing! xx

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  12. Sweet scrappy quilt, Nancy!! Thanks for the pattern link. I started a set of blocks like those, but didn't like the layout I had chosen. This quilt will be perfect for them!

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  13. Another of your projects that I just love! Thanks for sharing! Fantastic!

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  14. That is lovely and I love all the scrappiness.

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  15. Love this! What an excellent pattern for scraps! I love all the colors in your version.

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  16. Oh Nancy I love this! I just hopped over from Diann's blog where she referenced your beautiful quilt, and I'm officially squirreled now - lol! Like you I prefer the horizontal chevrons. The backing is the perfect complement to the scrappiness on the front. Nice job (standing ovation.)

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  17. Such a cheerful quilt. I love scraps! Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.

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  18. Beautiful! Reminds me of the gum wrapper chains we used to make as kids.
    Kathleen - kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  19. So pretty. I love the backing you used, too.

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