Tula Pink Sampler Quilt : Blue Ombre Quilt

The quilt top is finally ready and I cant tell you how happy I am. Not just because its the next logical step in quilt making but because this is where all the 100 blocks come together which I together before Halloween last year along with the #100days100blocks quilt along gang on Instagram.

Tula Pink Sampler quilt
Tula Pink Sampler quilt

This quilt top is huge…its 90X90″ and I have no clue what to back it with and how to quilt it on a domestic sewing machine. Here it is lying in all its majesty on my sofa:)

As of now, I am just basking in the happiness of the Quit Top being ready.

5 thoughts on “Tula Pink Sampler Quilt : Blue Ombre Quilt

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  1. It is beautiful. My first quilt was a king size one. What was I ever thinking! Anyway, I layed it all out on the floor, pinned it up and began quilting it on my Brother sewing machine. It took a lot of room and rolling the quilt to fit it into the neck of my machine, but I did it all myself. I just did a simple “stitch in the ditch” because it was a log cabin design. I used one kind of fabric for the back, but had to sew it together twice to make it big enough. My quilting friend uses a bed sheet for her backing. She also has a long-arm machine for quilting and people take their tops, batting and backing to her and for a fee, she quilts it. I prefer to do my own though and I have yet to try free-motion Quilting, which is on my to-do list for this year. Hope this gave you a few ideas. Anyway you do it, it is going to be one awesome quilt!!

  2. VERY nice! I just finished my City Sampler myself (blue/green on dark), but made only 85 Blocks, as I didn’t want the size.
    I actually tried different quilting styles, but finally decided on simple (just wavy lines)

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