July 15, 2012

30s Barn Raising Lap Quilt

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30s Barn Raising
A variation of an old-fashioned quilt pattern.


... She would look sweet draped over a rocker ...


... A cozy quilt for those cooler evenings on the porch ...


Quilt Stats
  • Pattern:  30s Barn Raising from Moda Bake Shop
  • Size:  56" square.
  • Quilt Top Fabric:  Connecting Threads solids.
  • Backing:  Connecting Threads stripe.
  • Binding:  Connecting Threads stripe, double fold, attached 100% by machine for durability.
  • Quilting:  Freehand meandering using white polyester thread on Mrs.Singer, my vintage 1896 31-15 machine mounted on a long-arm quilting frame.
  • Value:  Refreshing!

This quilt is available in any size or color combination by special order.  
Please contact me for details.

Linking to:
Fresh Poppy Design
 Richard and Tanya Quilts

13 comments :

Pam said...

A beautiful quilt!!! Love the design and the combination of colours.

adaisygarden.com said...

Such a beautiful quilt!

Elizabeth (Blue Clear Sky) said...

Gorgeous! Love the pattern and the colours you chose.

SuperMomNoCape said...

Just dropping by from the Fabric Tuesday link party.

Love the bright, happy colours you used in this quilt as well as the pattern.

Jamie Lee said...

Looks great with those solids! How long does it take the piece all those squares??!!

Mrs.Hearts said...

@ Jamie Lee - The pattern called for cutting squares which I, as a strip quilter, refused to do! I strip pieced the blocks and didn't cut any squares.

Mrs.Hearts

Helen said...

I really, really like this quilt, do you think you may be doing a tutorial for the strip piecing? Or, how many strips make one square? 8? 10? 12? I can't find the corners... That is the whole idea, right?! I really love it.

Mrs.Hearts said...

@ Helen,
The pattern is from the Moda Bake Shop as noted above. The original pattern looked insane having you cut 800 pieces - No Way, I said, not in this modern day of strip piecing!! I cut the jelly roll strips in half to make it more scrappy. I also find it easier to keep the seams straight when pressing a 21" strip as compared to a 42" strip. Then I sewed strip sets of 1 colored / 2 whites (actually one 4-1/2" white strip), 2 colored / 1 white, and 3 colored. Then I subcut them and sewed them into 9-patch blocks. Make 99 more blocks, and you're set for a quilt this size!

Hope this helps!
Mrs.Hearts

Connie said...

What a beautiful quilt! Thanks for sharing.
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Shontelle said...

Your quilt looks gorgeous. I love the modern twist of having it radiate out from the corner - very cool!

Diane said...

Love this quilt, love the pattern, love the fabrics, love the setting...did I mention I love this quilt? Thanks so much for sharing!

Quiet Quilter said...

Good example of a stash buster! Lovely!

Sarah Craig said...

I love this pattern - and your rendition of it is beautiful! Whoop whoop!!