Circles, Triangles, and a Quilt

Each time I finish a quilt, I think “This is my favorite.”  If you ask me today, I think that this baby quilt is my favorite.  The pattern is Chopsticks from Julie Herman of Jaybird Quilts.  It uses equilateral triangles with various border widths and alternating foreground and background colors.  I love how I used a solid mixed with prints to really have the Kona Ocean Blue pop.  The prints are a mix of various half yards that I collected over the years.  They all use a circle theme, with one showcasing shapes.  I thinks that it is a great mix of shapes, as the ‘blocks’ are triangles and the prints are circles.  To continue the use of geometry, the back is full of numbers!  It was a fun quilt to make and best of all, the pattern instructions were very clear (thanks Julie!).

Here are my link ups this week:

2 responses to “Circles, Triangles, and a Quilt

  1. I love this! I have a slight obsession with beautiful quilts. I’d love for you to share at my link party!

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    Thanks!!

    Kathryn
    destinationcraft.blogspot.com

  2. I’m the same ay! Each one is a new favorite! I do really like this, I’ve not een that pattern before. Thanks for sharing!

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