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Yellow quilts

Add a pop of color to your bedroom with beautiful yellow quilts. Discover top ideas to create a cozy and vibrant space for a good night's sleep.
So simple...Alternating rails (I'd say 5x10") set together horizonally, then vertically...Flip for the second row...get pinwheels! LOVE the colors!  Teaginny Designs: Yellow and Gray Pinwheel Lap Quilts, Patchwork Quilts, Quilt Blocks, Quilting Crafts, Quilting Projects, Quilting Designs, Layer Cake Quilts, Layer Cakes, Quilt Layers

I finished up the quilting on my yellow and gray pinwheel quilt just in time to take it my guild's picnic. It looks right at home in Shea's living room. Thanks to Lisa and Tracy for holding it up for me! The quilt is 60 x 80. It's such a simple pattern. In my version, each rectangle finishes at 5 x 10 inches. The Omnigrip 6-Inch-by-24-Inch Non-Slip Quilter's Ruler is my go to tool and makes cutting these blocks a cinch. I used three leftover blocks on the back along with all my solid gray…

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Welcome to Central Park! 1,200 2" squares! I followed the postage stamp quilt along. Straight line quilting The back! Stats: Finished size: 60" x 80" Top: Central Park by Kate Spain jelly roll and Kona in canary Binding: Reservoir Linden print from the Central Park line, cut on the bias Backing: Kona in stone and white, Central Park charm squares and a few layer cake slices Quilting: Straight line quilting The Math: 1,200 2" squares in the top 97 pieces on the back 70 lines of quilting I…

Mirka Kimlová
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Good morning friends! It's Corey of Coriander Quilts here and today, I am excited to introduce you to Strawberry Jam. When I was growing up, every summer when June rolled around, it was strawberry picking time. My Mom would wake my sisters and I up at what felt like the crack of dawn - but more than likely it wasn't much earlier than 7:00 am - to head to the strawberry patch.

Ruth Kutemeier