Christa’s Quilts – Roses for Katelyn

Roses for Katelyn was made for my sweet niece. I used the French Rose Buds pattern  and tweaked the design slightly. The solid pastels against the snowy white background make a sugary sweet quilt perfect for a baby girl!

Click here to purchase French Roses patterns by Heather French

baby_french_roses_finished_mediumRoses for Katelyn Stats:

  • Pieced and quilted by Christa Watson on my Bernina 1630
  • Finished size 35″ x 42″; completed April, 2013
  • Fabrics: Kona solids in pastel colors with snow white background
  • Batting: 1 layer of Legacy wool
  • Thread: Glide polyester and Superior Bottom Line polyester
  • Quilting design: small pebbles, large circles, straight lines and modern roses
  • Other techniques: raw edge, 3 dimensional machine applique
  • Time to complete: not recorded

Honors and Awards:

3rd Place, Mixed Techniques – Desert Quilters of Nevada Quilt Show May, 2013

Roses for KatelynClick below to read each of the work in process posts and see more detailed pics:

  1. Baby French Roses #1- Cutting the Fabrics
  2. Baby French Roses #2- Machine Applique
  3. Baby French Roses #3 – Finished Top
  4. Baby French Roses #4 – FMQ Practice
  5. Baby French Roses #5 – Basting
  6. Baby French Roses #6 – Quilting
  7. Baby French Roses #7 – The Finish

 

 

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