8 February 2017

Let's Bee Social #163

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Stepping Stones quilt top made by Yuko

Today I'm excited to share this quilt made by Yuko. She used 20 Stepping Stones quilt blocks and then added sashing with cornerstones and a scrappy border to make this stunning quilt top. She sent me a photo by email. I LOVE it when people send me pictures of what they have made using my patterns!

It was just a little over two years ago that I used this 10" block design to make a pair of baby quilts in a single colour - one in a positive setting and one in the negative setting and shared those finished quilts here.

In preparation for this past Christmas, I revisited this design when I made two table runners - one for my mom and one for my MIL. These were made using the multi-colour setting. One was made in prints and the other in solids.

You can find a free tutorial for the single colour Stepping Stones quilt block here. And the block pattern, which provides material requirements and cutting/piecing instructions for a single colour, two-colour and multi-colour setting, is for sale in my shop here.

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Ariane said...

Yuko's quilt is gorgeous!! I love the colours she used!!

Little Quiltsong said...

Love Yuko's quilt top! I also love your blue and green quilt tops - never would have thought of those two colorways. Beautiful!!

The Cozy Quilter said...

Sew inspiring to see what others have done with your patterns!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

lovely star pattern, always so nice to drop by and see what others are working on

Jayne said...

That is a gorgeous quilt! Yuko did an amazing job! Its fun to revisit oldies but goodies! We usually can find a different take on them after a couple years!

Cut&Alter said...

Such a lovely quilt Yuko made! It is really interesting to see the same pattern worked in different colourways - especially good to see the the runners you made in prints versus solids, both of which are lovely.

Leanne Parsons said...

What a gorgeous version of your pattern! All of your versions are beautiful too, and so different. It's fun to have a pattern that can look different each time you make it :)

Η Πευκοβελόνα said...

Fantastic pattern, I really like your one color baby quilts. Thank you for sharing and hosting this linkup!

SarahZ said...

It must bee such fun to see your patterns made up by others...I must get into that little party😊 I love her addition of sashing/corner posts!! Lots of fun links this week....

Allison said...

I love the two positive and negative settings... they both totally have thier own look. This is such a great pattern, with such a great end result.

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