This was a Jelly Roll pattern by Pam and Nicky Lintott. I used a Jelly Roll by Minick and Simpson, I can't think of the name at the moment but it's lovely.
This pattern went together quickly and very easily, I'd definitely do another quilt using this pattern. I put a wider border on it so Jorden could use it on his bed if he wanted to but the pattern size would make a great quilt for snuggling under on the sofa.
The pattern is one of a series of individual patterns called "Just One Jelly Roll" and this pattern is Flower Baskets. The original is 62" x 62" without a border but mine has a border of around 6 inches or so.
It did take just one Jelly Roll for the blocks and corner stones plus 2 1/4 yards (2 metres) for the sashing and setting triangles.
I quilted an all over meandering feather on my longarm machine. I asked my son if he had any preferences for the quilting and he said he wanted "that really flowing flowery one"! I had to get him to show me an example, it was the meandering feathers! Great choice as it works beautifully with the prints, it gives a lovely texture. I used a 60% wool 40% poly batting which I have often used. It machine washes and is cuddly and warm, it's a dream to machine quilt.
Not the greatest photos but here it is:
I am gradually catching up the Benjamin Biggs blocks but I still have a few more to do before I am up to date. I won't even mention the border applique! I'll get around to tackling that once all the blocks are done! So here are the blocks I have completed recently.
I am madly prepping a couple of blocks to get them ready to stitch over the weekend ( I hope ! )
I have also completed a quilt for my son, it's quilted and bound, just waiting on the label to be finished and stitched down! I will try to photograph it this weekend while my son is home and can act as chief quilt holder-upper!
My Mother has improved considerably over the last couple of months which is wonderful but she will never be as independent as she was before all the ill health she has had this year.
I am 53 and a mother of five living in Bathurst, NSW, Australia. I bought a longarm quilting machine 4 years ago and have begun quilting for others. Eighteen years ago my love of quiltmaking was born when I made my first quilt. Machine quilting is an extension of that passion. I'd love to quilt for you.