Simply Retro - Churn Dash






Another little quilt from Simply Retro!  I've been staying true to quilts from this book, but as Christmas approaches there will be deviations from the course!  At the moment I'm working on customer orders which are not from this book, and also finishing up old projects, so I plan to resume my Simply Retro challenge after Christmas!

I'm not meaning that I won't be blogging, as I have lots to show you!

13 comments:

  1. I just love it! A book I should, perhaps, put on my wish list! Have a wonderful, funderful quilty weekend!

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  2. What a sweet quilt! I always enjoy seeing what you are working on.

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  3. Most adorable quilt with sweet colours! x Teje

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  4. It does look simply retro! I love the colors you'd choose, and the texture of the fabrics. Are you a pre-washer? Beautiful.

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  5. I still love this project! I picked up a quilting book earlier this month and I think once the new year hits, I'm going to quilt my way through it like this! Your Churn Dash quilt is lovely, keep up the awesome work! :)

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  6. Lots of wonderful colors in this quilt! Love it!

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  7. Churn Dash quilt is marvelous. Such a simple piecing allows the color choices to sing. Delightful.

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  8. Churn Dash quilt is marvelous. Such a simple piecing allows the color choices to sing. Delightful.

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  9. So bright, cheerful and classic. I love the backing and binding, too. Lovely!

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  10. I love that quilt. I made a quilt top from that pattern and have not completed it. I am inspired to get it finished and give it as a gift at Christmas.

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  11. I got the Retro Quilts book from the library and got inspired with the Vintage pattern. Maybe because I like the colors in it. I picked greys and orangey-reds, with unbleached cotton for a country look. I suppose you have your Vintage quilt all made already:)

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