I posted my Comfort Quilt being made, and many of you sewed along with me. I did not post my finish here though! My Comfort Quilt was shared on Instagram and Facebook, but I like to have a record of each finished quilt.
The Comfort Quilt
I loved making this quilt again. I don’t often make the same quilt more than once, but this one is easily a favorite! Mixing all the background fabrics in the blocks makes for a lot of cutting. But I love the variety.
When I was ready to quilt it, I opted to use a marigold color thread. Yellow has been a favorite color lately, and it’s mixed in throughout the quilt. So that the quilting thread didn’t overwhelm the piecing, I did simple (random) diagonal lines. This is a quilting design that I made myself and have used often. It’s an easy all-over pattern that doesn’t distract from the piecing.
The backing fabric, is from Alexander Henry. I found it on clearance at Joann, and knew it was destined to be a quilt back. At the time I didn’t have a project for it, but had to have it and bought 4 yards! For this quilt it is the perfect mix of color and crazy. HA!
The binding is a stripe from Robert Kaufman, in black and white. My original fabric selections were hot colors, with a pop of black and white. The stripe is the perfect finishing touch.
You can learn more about my fabric selection process here.
The Comfort Quilt = 60″ x 78″
Fabrics = a mix of many different fabrics.
Pattern = available in Modern Heritage Quilts
If you sign up for the quilt-along you can have access to all the size options that I made available to everyone quilting along. I love that there are king size Comfort Quilts too!
I’ve been guarding this quilt, using it but not letting it be abused too much. It’s just so special!
I hope you have time to sew a little today –
xo – Amy