Finish It Up Friday ~ HSTs Quilt

I cut the pieces for this quilt before I had my  Accuquilt die cutter, I think it was back in 2012. I cut them at the same time that I cut out Daughter #1’s wedding quilt. The top was pieced last winter in Arizona and I have finally finished it. I took these pictures while visiting Sweet MIL.

All the prints are from various Denise Schmidt lines. The white is from Ikea.

The pantograph I used for the quilting is called Petal Flambé and it is available from Urban Elementz.

This fun backing fabric is actually a vintage sheet that my sister gave me. It was perfect for this top!

And I’m happy to say that I found the perfect binding fabric in my stash.

Have a wonderful day!

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About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing kids, and a librarian. I have been making traditional quilts for ages but have ventured into art qulting in the last several years. I also love to knit socks and mittens and dye my own fabric. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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19 Responses to Finish It Up Friday ~ HSTs Quilt

  1. rl2b2017 says:

    Hi Katy,
    Ooh, beautiful quilt. I love how it looks like each section is radiating outward. That backing!! Perfect, and the match of the binding from your stash! It couldn’t have worked out better. ~smile~ Roseanne

  2. Cocoa Quilts says:

    I am a HST girl. I love this quilt in all it’s scrappiness look.

  3. Your quilt is lovely. I was thinking about you yesterday as I was trimming HSTs and realizing you can trim in half the time with your die cutter. Nonetheless, I had to smile when I saw the title of your post. Really pretty setting for your pictures. I need to take some of my quilts on a photo date, since I really need to improve my photos!

  4. Lynn White says:

    Gorgeous fabrics, pattern and quilting. Great layout, just a delight.

  5. lswanekamp says:

    Happy, gorgeous quilt! Love it all.

  6. Sandi says:

    It’s beautiful! I love everything about it. Have a great weekend. Hugs,

  7. Libby says:

    Katy, you make many beautiful things but this quilt is my favorite! Simple pattern, beautiful results. Love it!

  8. Louise says:

    Everything on this one is pretty wonderful. Good way to start the day!

  9. Sandra B says:

    Katy, this is great!
    I try to use HSTs whenever I can…they are so versatile! I just pieced a bunch of them (they are bonus triangles, even better!!) … Some of them will be used on the back of a quilt to add a bit of a surprise… The rest will make their way in other projects….
    I love the way you set the HSTs in your quilt…I know you have probably gotten tired of hearing me say how I am constantly amazed at the awesome quilts that can be made from such simple shapes….

  10. Sharon says:

    Beautiful quilt Katy and a nice photo on the rocking chair too! I recognize some of the fabrics that I still have. I better use them before they become collector’s items. Her fabrics are timeless.

  11. viridian says:

    great happy quilt!

  12. Carie says:

    Oh that is so pretty – it’s the perfect sort of scrappy quilt and I agree, the backing is just perfect 🙂

  13. Val W says:

    That is one happy quilt. Love it!

  14. Judy B says:

    I too, love your quilt! Lots of scrappy goodness!

  15. Jan Smith says:

    Love everything about this quilt!

  16. Ann says:

    You made these 16-patch HST blocks into a wonderful quilt.Congratulations.

  17. It’s stunning in every way! Thanks for linking to Finished or Not Friday

  18. adaliza says:

    Stunning – what a beautiful quilt.

  19. Jannette B. says:

    What a beautifully bright and cheerful quilt! I’ve got a pretty big stash of HSTs – waiting for just the “right” project to use them in – and this might be it! Thanks for the inspiration!

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