September 21, 2016

Blogger's Quilt Festival {Brick Cottage Lane ♥ Scrappy Quilt Category}

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Fall is here, and it's time for The Blogger's Quilt Festival at Amy's Creative Side!  I'm entering Brick Cottage Lane into the Scrappy Category of the Festival.  This quilt is a twin size.  I made six coordinating valances for my living room windows which you can view on this page.

This quilt is made from a variety of fabrics from Bonnie and Camille lines, Gooseberry, and other prints from my scrap bin.  The backing and binding are the delicious extra wide red check from the Vintage Picnic line by Bonnie and Camille.  I quilted Brick Cottage Lane on Mrs.Singer, my antique 31-15 mounted on a long-arm quilting frame.  She has a patent date of 1896 and could have been made as recently as 1930.

You can nominate your favorite three quilts for the Viewer's Choice Awards HERE.

I am entering Brick Cottage Lane {2}, not to be confused with Brick Cottage Lane (they are different quilts), in the Large Quilt Category of The Blogger's Quilt Festival.  I invite you to go on over and check her out, too!

I'd also like to invite you to join me every Friday here on my blog for Finished Or Not Friday, where we share our finished {or not!} projects! Follow Busy Hands Quilts via BlogLovin' as a reminder to link up!


Finished or Not Friday at Busy Hands Quilts

Be sure to check out all of the quilty goodness at The Blogger's Quilt Festival! Voting opens on Sunday!



TheEclecticAbuela said...

So pretty--good luck!

Teje Karjalainen said...

Hi Myra! Your beautiful quilt inspires me finally to make quilt with stripes. I really love this design and how it has all the colours! Just gorgeus, timeless quilt! x Teje

Kim said...

I love this quilt! This would make an awesome scrap buster project.

Nancy said...

What a fun quilt. Did you make this in blocks or sew the bricks together and then sew strips? As I look at this quilt I imagine that getting those bricks lined up could be difficult.
--Nancy. (ndmessier @,

Susie Q said...

Love the bright scrap of this quilt!!!! Picked up the fact that your singer is on a long arm frame..... new to me concept...... have you written about this set up here on your blog???? Would love to know more.... whilce I am just now getting to the "festival" I do enjoy looking with out preasure at the entries.