Tiny Dwellings Quilt

A few weeks ago, we ordered up a yard of each of Michele Rosenboom’s winning designs from the Tiny Dwellings challenge.  Getting a package from Spoonflower in the mail is super exciting, but the perfect piece of fabric is somewhat intimidating to cut into.  As such we put actually making the quilt off…until today.

One strip down, several more to go before this chevron masterpiece is finished!  Swing by the TQM Products Booth (#107) at Quilt Market to see it in person!

Top is Finished!

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4 comments on “Tiny Dwellings Quilt

  1. Donna Langford on said:

    Very impressive! Great colors. I can’t wait to see the finished quilt!

  2. Michele Rosenboom on said:

    I know what you mean about cutting into spoonflower yardage! You can’t just run down to the quilt shop to get more if you miscalculated. Looks beautiful so far. The addition of the coordinating purple was a good move. Nice work!

  3. The Printed Bolt on said:

    Binding color suggestions?

    • Michele Rosenboom on said:

      Hmm. You could use the background color or the tan in Twisted Abode, but that might draw more attention to the binding that you want. You might be better off using Undulate as the binding just to balance out the purple a little, since the purple has a lot more visual weight.

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