Today I have some fun versions of the Thimbleblossoms Mini Clambake quilt to
share for parade day. I sure loved making my version of this quilt this month, and now I definitely want to make the full size version. This is one of those projects where you can really have a lot of fun and learn quite a bit about contrast and fabric placement. I quilted it with my go-to wavy lines and used the new Vintage Picnic polka dot fabric for my binding (I have some extra yardage of the polka dot in my Etsy shop).
Okay...so first up is Brenda's quilt...you can read about her Mini Clambake including the quilting here. The first thing I noticed (after the cute fabrics) was the quilting she used. I think it's just perfect!
Hildy's Mini Clambake is also perfect...I love the way she played with the colors in her quilt...perfect lower border and such a fun binding too. Hildy says she may make another of these fun little projects!
Finally, Karen used ultra bright colors which gives such a fun look to this quilt...I also love her choice of lower border and binding. These were all such fun quilts. Michele has more versions on her blog, Island Life Quilts...be sure to stop by and see them today!
Finally...Michele and I thought it would be fun to do a bigger quilt for our next project...and we will be giving everyone 2 months to finish up. So our next parade will be May 1st. We've decided to make "Village" which is a super cute house quilt by Carrie Nelson of Miss Rosie's Quilt Co. Isn't it a fun quilt...I love the fact that it's also one of those patterns perfect for using up your scraps!
I found my copy of the pattern here. I hope you'll join with us in making this quilt over the next two months!
Photo via Thelma of Cupcakes 'n Daisies: Village by Miss Rosie's Quilt Co. aka Carrie Nelson
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