Fruit Salad

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    This quilt was made from the July swap of the Great White North Bee.

    I love it! I love it so much that I'll be giving it away to a much deserving aunt come Christmas time. I know she'll love it as much as I do.

    Thanks everyone!

    1. tingtongandthings 54 months ago | reply

      it looks so good kristy!! your aunt is going to be very happy!

    2. Quilting Barbie 54 months ago | reply

      Beautiful! I love the sashing, it really shows off the blocks.

    3. brenda-seamsfitting 54 months ago | reply

      I like the scrappy binding - its a very pretty quilt

    4. Yukon Viv 54 months ago | reply

      Oh it just looks so HAPPY!!! What a great quilt.

    5. Kristy @107 Quilts 53 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the love, everyone!

    6. becauseimme 53 months ago | reply

      Oh my, it's beautiful! I love the layout.

    7. arianescrafts 53 months ago | reply

      I love it!! It's gorgeous!!!

    8. life under quilts 53 months ago | reply

      this looks fantastic! chaotic but organized. love it!

    9. froggyleggs 52 months ago | reply

      Hi Kristy, I love love love this quilt! I just joined my first quilt bee and would love to use this for my February Month, could you message me with the style name, pattern or where i can get directions for this type of block? Thanks so much!!

    10. Kristy @107 Quilts 52 months ago | reply

      Hi LeeAnn! The block is a wonky quarter log cabin and the tutorial we all used was here:

      It was a fun block to make because there was no need t be precise but you could add personality to the block. A lot of the individual blocks are posted at the Great White North Bee page, so check them out!


    11. froggyleggs 51 months ago | reply

      Thanks so much! I just sent out my fabric for a Film in the Fridge modified bento box. Definitely want to use this pattern on my fun cutesy bright fabrics I just got in! :)

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