Late last fall I was scrolling through coming collections on the Riley Blake website when I came across the most adorable set of fabrics called Perfect Party by my friend Lindsay (the Cottage Mama). I immediately wrote to our RBD blog tour coordinator and said, "I HAVE to be on this tour!"
I'm completely in love with this fabric collection. The little animals enjoying birthday celebrations together, the border prints, the ribbon flowers, even the colorful plaid designs are all so playful and sweet. And don't even get me started on the panel that includes birthday bunting and larger animal squares that are just perfect for pillows. I can't wait to get my hands on it!
A collection this cute called for something special, so I decided to make my first attempt at a vintage soda pop bottle quilt block. Blocks this large actually come together surprisingly quickly, and I really love the way they look, especially with the novelty prints as soda bottle labels. I worked in a few RBD basics too, mostly the striped prints that I used for the bottle caps and the filler blocks, which remind me very much of party straws with little decorations on them.
This quilt top was a joy to design and sew from start to finish. I've decided that I love it so much that I'm going to have it quilted with a longarm, so I'm packing it up tomorrow and sending it off to a pro. Once it comes back to me and I get it bound, I'll have more pictures to share...promise!
Oh how cute is this---ReplyDelete
what a great top! And the fabrics are so cute!! Greetings from denmark, ulrike :-)
How super cute is this design - and the sweet fabric used for it. You did a beautiful job of it!ReplyDelete
Oh! my gosh how cute is this quilt!!! Love the quilt and the fabric. DianeReplyDelete
So cool!! Very fun design, but the fussy cut spotlights bring it up several additional notches. :)ReplyDelete
where did you find the pattern for the bottle?ReplyDelete
I designed it myself!Delete