Lynette Jensen (I found it here). Click here to see my original post when I was getting ready to begin this project. The quilt top was pieced very fast but remained folded inside the closet in my quilt studio for more than two years, awaiting my courage to quilt it in my Bernina. It never happened. Two months ago I made the smart decision to send it to a long arm quilter.
It was quilted by Melissa at Sew Shabby Quilting. I gave her the quilt and asked her to choose a quilting design - she has terrific taste and skills. I did not want the quilt to be heavily quilted and she picked the perfect motif. I am so happy with how it turned out!
Maywood Studio Fabrics Woolies (such soft flannels!) and others from my stash. It was so easy to piece:
My stash of flannels is being 'updated' as we speak as my 16-year-old has asked me to make him another flannel quilt. I think I will make the same pattern and use blacks, reds, and grays.
I have been sleeping under my chevron flannel quilt for the past two weeks and it is heaven! Heavy, soft, and with my favorite colors. So looking forward to getting under the covers tonight!
Do you like working with flannels? Whatever you are working on today, I hope it makes you happy.