friendship bracelet quilt

The old blog may be a bit quiet for the next few weeks while we work on packing and moving. I packed most of my fabric and quilts and it was a tad embarrassing. It’s easy to ignore all those things packed away in various closets, but harder when they’re all boxed up in front of you!

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In the midst of it all, I felt I should quickly sandwich and quilt something. This quilt had been waiting for a while, so I pulled it out and  and gave it the straight line treatment.

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These solids are Alissa Haight Carlton’s Modern Solids, made up as half rectangle triangles (though the design could just as easily be made with half square triangles – I just happened to be playing with rectangles at the time!). I had a fat quarter of each color, so you may see here and there where I didn’t have quite enough fabric and had to add in something similar.

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The backing is pieced with all the leftovers, including a bunch of leftover triangles. It was kind of a fun challenge, as I was down to smaller pieces, with barely enough to get a backing made.

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Ah, there’s something I really love about quilts out of all solids!

Previous post about this quilt can be found here.

Modern solids can still be found at Marmalade Fabrics (on sale!) and at Pink Chalk fabrics (also on sale!)

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29 Responses to friendship bracelet quilt

  1. 1

    Fabulous colour and love the line of the quilt, just stunning

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    Susan says:

    Is there a pattern for this awesome quilt?? Love everything about it!!

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    Melanie C says:

    Absolutely amazing!!!

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    Pam says:

    A beauty! I think you should call it your Moving Quilt.

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    Amanda says:

    What a fabulous quilt and I love the straight line quilting that you did, really makes it pop!

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    Beth says:

    Wow–just lovely. I would like one of these. I think it’s better this way than HST’s.

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    Linda says:

    Love the quilt! I also have a fondness for solids, but I have mostly prints in my stash…lol. The little ones can sit on it or wrap up in it as the situation dictates. 😎

    xo Linda

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    I love how the peaks of similar colors work when you had to stretch to get the colors to work like you want!

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    Kathy says:

    Love this! Should should write up a pattern for this.

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    Laura Hall says:

    gorgeous! quite a statement! Make a pattern! Good luck with moving/packing/unpacking/having an adventure!

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    emily says:

    i love how much thought you put into the back of the quilt! such a lovely touch…now i can’t decide if i like the back or the front better!

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    Andrea says:

    Fabulous quilt….love the colours, love the design, love the cross-hatch quilting and love the back! Beautiful!!!! Best of luck with your move – hope it goes well!

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    Joy says:

    Stunning! I’d love to try a solids quilt like that. Wow!

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    debbie says:

    I just love it. It is stunning.

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    linda says:

    I love the back as much as the front! It’s great! and I feel re-enthused after seeing your straight line quilting! (I’ve given up on FMQ and kinda thought straight lines a bit boring, but… I love what you have done here. Linda

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    Pat S says:

    Love the quilt. Good luck with your move.

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    anna says:

    It’s really awesome Ashley! Love the design and quilting!

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    Elaine Riley says:

    I am a convert to modern quilting. I love this quilt. Please say there are directions somewhere so I may play with color too.

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    Margaret says:

    to me this does not have a back and front but two fronts lovely. Hope the move goes well and the sun shines for you nothing worse than moving on a wet day

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    Myrto says:

    Fantastic quilt! I hope you write a pattern for it! And I hope everything goes well with your move.
    Myrto

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    Vicki H says:

    I love the quilt. I would consider it reversible, I love the back.

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    Laura says:

    Lovely! I love both the solids and the bold geometric design, and the back is as fabulous as the front.

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    Lovely finish! And I know what you mean about seeing all that sewing stuff out of the closets and cupboards. It’s scary!

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    Julie says:

    Love this quilt. What are the names of these solids? Perfect color combo.

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    Kelly Cline says:

    Beautiful! I hope to never move again. Wouldn’t want the hubs to see what I’ve collected 😉

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