Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Hoffman Bali Tiles in Volcano


This is the quilt that I made with the Hoffman Bali Tiles and Snap Pops, both in Volcano.  I love it!  The fabric should be arriving in your local quilt shop shortly.  I only used half a package of the tiles and 12 of the 40 snaps.



The quilting was a lot of fun.  I used glide thread to add a little pop to the batik fabric.


Since I didn't need all the tiles and pops in the package, one of this months prizes for the Quilt Along is the remaining fabric.  The second prize is "Celebrate Great Quilts!"  Good luck everyone and happy sewing.

14 comments:

  1. Such a simple setting but the fussy cuts and the quilting just make this pop - forgeous.

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  2. Love the quilt and as Sharon says the quilting just makes it pop , beautiful!

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  3. Looking good Linda. Does that mean its coming to Kamloops?

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  4. Love this quilt....amazing colours....

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  5. This looks lovely. Great quilting.
    We are only just seeing the Tiles and Snap Pops here now. They look great.

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  6. What a great pattern. Amazing batiks. Your quilting is just perfect.

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  7. This quilt gives me a great idea for using some of my sun prints. Thanks!

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  8. it looks wonderful .. fabrics to look out for x

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  9. Wow, that is absolutely beautiful. Hmmmmm ....... I think I feel a trip to my LQS is in order.

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  10. So amazing! Love what you quilted! Def is a keeper!

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  11. What pattern is this????

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  12. Hello Linda,
    I just came across your beautiful quilt. I've been looking for a pattern to use with my Bali Tiles that a friend gave to me. Is this your original pattern? I would love to make a similar one. Any advise you could share?

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    1. I do have a pattern, but I need an address to send to. You are a no reply blogger

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    2. Oh my gosh, I would love the pattern!!!!!! I'm not a blogger, so really don't know anything about that.
      My mailing address is Robin Smith
      11030 SE 27th Place
      Bellevue, WA 98004
      Or my email address is
      robysmith@comcast.net
      Anything else you might need and I'll send it to you :o)

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