It's time for another season change as we officially approach fall this week in North America. With that being said, I better hurry to have this quilt top made into a quilt (throw size). The top has been done awhile, yet as with most summers, September arrived quickly. Today, while linking with other slow stitchers at Kathy's Quilts, I'll continue hand basting the three layers using the board basting method which seems to work best personally.
Here is a full view of the top. The pattern is Hocus Pocus designed by Margot Languedoc Designs. Fabrics used are from Joanna Figueroa of Fig Tree Quilts. This Moda line has been out for two-to-three years. This pattern was the most well written and easiest that I have used. Sewing with these fabrics was delightful.
Close up view:
At a later date I'll share photos from our fleeting summer which include a mini-stay on Lake Huron and attending the AQS Quilt Show in Grand Rapids, MI. To those living within the British Commonwealth and my nearby Canadian neighbors, heartfelt condolences on the loss of Queen Elizabeth.
Such a fun fall quilt. Will you be quilting it by machine? I will be getting up very early tomorrow morning to watch the Queen’s funeral on TV.
That is an adorable pumpkin quilt.
Beautiful fall quilt!
Love your pumpkins with the variety of colors. All of them together are perfect!
This is a very pretty fall quilt.
I love your flimsy Jill… it will be a great quilt!!!! Can’t wait!!!!
Love your fabric selection too!
Enjoy your slow stitching!!!
Your Hocus Pocus quilt is so cute. Love Fig Trees fall fabrics. They worked up perfectly in this pattern.
Oh, I love your Hocus Pocus quilt, Jill! Beautiful fabrics and just perfect for fall. I'll look forward to reading about your summer trips in a future post. Enjoy these last ten days of September (how can that be?!).
What a fun and fabulous quilt. Gotta love the pumpkins. have a great week. happy quilting.
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