Over the course of six+ years of blogging I have made quite a few patchwork quilts, many of which reappear here in my blog from time to time. But there are also quite a few quilts that do not live here any more, and will never again make an appearance here. So I thought it would be fun to revisit some of my favourite ones. If you click on the name of the quilt, you will get to the original entry of that very quilt (should you be interested, that is...) Apologies for the inferior quality of the photos, which were taken with my little old camera.
Out of all the quilts in this entry I believe this "Strawberries and champagne" quilt is my very favourite one (I kind of regret I let it move on...)
The "Gipsy" quilt was made out of various scraps from my fabric stash, and not a single new one was purchased. My favourite colours ;-)
The nine-patch block is my favourite way of making a quilt, and quite a few of them in this entry are indeed nine-patch quilts. This "Christmas quilt" is a good example, even though red is not a colour I use frequently (I do not mind it in small doses, though...) But I quite like the way it works here with all the white.
"Sweet like candy" is one of the very first quilts I made after having started this blog. It is another nine-patch one, all pretty pastels. A quilt I still remember fondly.
The "Tea towel quilt" is rather different from the others, as it is made entirely out of tea towels collected on my travels. The ones with the writing are from Williams-Sonoma in San Francisco ;-) Again, I kind of wish I had not let this one go...
"Lace and roses" is another nine-patch one. All pretty roses, white linen... and lace. You may notice that quite a few of my quilts have been finished off with crochet lace. Unfortunately the lace is increasingly hard to come by, and I have not been able to get any for ages.
The "Autumn quilt" is the final one in this entry. All calm and subtle, in whites and natural linens. With a linen coloured crochet lace. I know that most of the quilts in this entry are being used as table cloths, and I believe it is the case with this one too.
I hope you enjoyed the little look back on some of my favourite patchwork makes. Which one would be your favourite?