Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Pixel Pumpkin in a Pixel Heart Quilt

Hooray! A finished finish on WIP (work in progress) Wednesday! So it's no longer a WIP! :)

I finished my Pixel Pumpkin in a Pixel Heart Quilt and pattern today. The fabrics for the pumpkin and heart are from my stash and the background fabrics were purchased from Studio 39 Fabrics and Clinton Modern Creative.

This pattern can be found on Daydreams of Quilts.com and Etsy.


This is another quick and easy beginner friendly 52" Pixel Heart Quilt in my year-long series of Pixel Heart Quilts. This one celebrates fall and is a great way to welcome the Autumn Season into your home.


It's a lovely day for quilt photos today!


I backed it with a wideback of Carrie Bloomston's Newsprint fabric purchased from Mad About Patchwork.


I quilted the pumpkin with vertical lines in orange 50 wt. Aurifil thread and the heart with wavy lines in yellow 50 wt. Aurifil thread.


The background is stipple quilted with grey 28wt. Aurifil Thread.

I am so happy to have this quilt and pattern finished today! Thank you for stopping by to see it!


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4 comments:

  1. I think this is my favourite pixel heart. x

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    1. Thank you so much Kay! :) I really like it too. The colour combo is different I think.

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  2. I have admired the pixel heart pattern before and now this take it to a new love level for me! Great design!

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    1. Thank you so much Lee! I am so happy to read this. I have been having a lot of fun with these quilts this year.

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