Sunday, May 19, 2013

To the Point

To the Point Quilt Boy Version

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I couldn’t decide whether to make a boy version or a girl version of this one…so I made both. 

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The pattern comes in 3 sizes, crib, throw, or twin…the crib size doesn’t have borders.   It uses fat quarters, scrap rectangles, or 10" -precut squares (Layer Cakes)…and no templates.

To the Point Girl Version

The girl version I quilted all over with loops.  The boy version I did straight line quilting first, outlining the triangles, then I went back and did small-ish meandering on the white triangles.  The borders got some loopty-loops…but I left the print triangles un-quilted…it makes them really pop!

To the Point Quilting

To the Point Boys Quilt

These were really fun quilts to make…I see many more of them in my future!

You can find this pattern in my shop.  Happy Quilting!

Basting To the Point Quilt


23 comments:

Miss Creatuurtje said...

What a beauty!!

Anna said...

Precioso, me encanta.
Anna

Simply Me said...

Such a nice piece! It has been so long since I have quilted, this def. gives me the inspiration to pick it up again!

Mimi said...

Love both versions!! Beautiful quilting too! Thanks for sharing.

Jenny Lynn said...

Very nice and colorful. I really like those triangles in all those different colors.

Cynthia said...

They're so pretty, I love both of them! I enjoyed seeing photos of your booth at quilt market :)

Jenny said...

I really love this pattern!!

Wens said...

Gorgeous! I love this pattern, so many colour possibilities!

✾Jamie Lee Cooley✾ said...

I just ordered your book! I can't wait to read about how you manage your time. I have three kiddos too and sometimes I am so tired at night, which is usually my only time to sew. If only any of them had napped past 18 months I would have had time during the day, but unfortunately all of them have inherited my husband's proclivity for less sleep than normal. Not me, I need my 8 hours!

Beth M. said...

I've been looking for a triangle pattern that doesn't require a triangle ruler. I'm new to quilting and don't have a ton of equipment. But I do have Woodland Pals fabric which will be perfect for my little boy with this pattern.

Actually Amy said...

Love the pattern! It's gorgeous. I bought Wallflowers and Dixie yesterday. Now just to decide on the fabric!

Laura Lochore said...

Looks lovely!! :)

N. Maria said...

Thank you so much for showing these gorgeous quilts and telling how you quilted them. I can see how the colored triangles truly do POP on the boys quilt! Wonderful!

bothaedna said...

Love the white, and then the triangles of colour. Brings a feeling of peace to the quilt. I am envious of your productivity, though. ;) Keep up the good work.

bothaedna said...

Love the white, and then the triangles of colour. Brings a feeling of peace to the quilt. I am envious of your productivity, though. ;) Keep up the good work.

Helen L said...

Love this pattern: such a clever idea!! And I saw a little blurb on the Fat quarter shop's blog about you and your new fabric line: looks so fun!! And my girls did order your book for me for Mother's Day, but it's coming at a snail's pace through the mail: I keep checking every day!! I so don't have patience when it comes to quilting!! :-) Have a great week: I'm sure it'll feel good to be home!! Hugs from H in Healdsburg

Mull3g said...

This is my favourite new pattern, thanks!

Lurline said...

I love!
Hugs - Lurline.

Sandy B. said...

I love this! What fabric is the green in the border? It sets off the other colors in the quilt. Just beautiful.

Anna said...

love it! and hope you arrive home safely! You'll have to let me know about how you fixed your spam comment issue, mine are driving me nuts! haha

Allison said...

Sandy that green is a Bella Solid I think in Grass?? It's a really pretty green and I use it all the time!

Liv said...

Another great pattern!

Jean said...

Love these quilts! Great pattern!

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