Hello and happy Thursday! Today I’m happy to share with you the three quilts my daughter Chelsi has made with our Harper’s Garden fabrics. I had fun binding these three quilts over the past week or so. When you bind a quilt you fall in love with it all over again…and I definitely fell in love with these quilts while getting to add the finishing touch!
Chelsi’s first new pattern is called Monarch, and it is the prettiest butterfly quilt! This is not only a fun, cute quilt, but it’s also Layer Cake friendly. Finished size is 66″ x 66″ and is the largest of Chelsi’s new patterns.
Next is Chelsi’s second pattern is a quilt called Community! I love these fun and simple house blocks with the hearts in the windows. It’s just delightful. This quilt is fat quarter friendly and finishes at 57″ x 70″. Another one I need to make!
Hearts at Home 2
Finally, Chelsi’s third new pattern is Hearts at Home 2. This one is a fun little lap-sized quilt that finishes at 48″ x 57″. And…it’s made with Honey Buns! The pattern also includes directions for a four-block mini version which I need to make right away!
The honeybun quilt is called Hearts at Home 2 because Chelsi has an earlier jelly roll quilt pattern called Hearts at Home. Here they are compared for size–both just as cute as can be!
Monarch, Community, Hearts at Home 2, & Honeybuns!
- You can find the paper and PDF patterns for Monarch, Community, Hearts at Home 2 (and Chelsi’s other patterns) in her Etsy shop here.
- And because the honeybuns are just so cute…I decided to put them in my shop for pre-order. Find the pre-order Honeybuns here!
And you can find out more about our Harper’s Garden fabric collection here. Happy quilting, and thanks so much for stopping by!
Daisy Dianne Bromlow says
WOW ! WOW ! I know you are proud of her . Me thinks the student outshines the teacher . Her creativity is just AMAZING ! I want to recreate all of them – I knew she was talented from her first quilt but she just keeps amazing me . It’s obvious where she gets her creativity and talent cause your quilts are just AMAZING ! Hats off to both of you.
Really lovely! I cannot tell you how many times I start out being “iffy” about a quilt I am making and then by the time I am hand sewing down the binding, I am completely in love with it! It is the rare quilt that I love immediately. Luckily right now I am working on full size quilt and a baby quilt that I love!!
Of my 3 daughters, only my oldest enjoys quilting. Every time she comes to visit, she picks a pattern or two and cuts out a quilt out of my stash. It’s a nice bonding time for us. My 10 year old granddaughter has been sewing since I taught her. She started out on my lap, guiding the fabric as it sewed and quickly progressed to making a sawtooth start quilt for her baby sister at age 6. Sometimes when she comes over (which is as much as I can get her now that she has her musical career, she is the lead in Alice in Wonderland in a local theatre group at age 10) is not near enough. Her baby sister who is now 4 talks about when she turns 5 she gets to sew! Life is good!
I didn’t finish that though about Ally. When she comes over sometimes she will go in my sewing room and come out with a little purse or something and one day came out with an apron she made without a pattern.. It was surprisingly close to a real one! She likes to surprise me!
The butterflies….wow! ♥️
Jolynn Keel says
Beautiful Quilts! I especially love the butterflies!!!
I love Chelsi’s quilts they are all so cute! And I vote for Chelsi’s mini quilt to be the pattern for April or May’s mini parade:-)
Monica Kostak says
I don’t have a favorite–all there are soooooooo beautiful!!! 🙂
Monica Kostak says
oops—All of them are beautiful!
Pam Landolt says
LOVE all of these new patterns! I think I would have to start with the Community though. I have been blessed with the most wonderful neighbors for close to 25 years and this reminds me of that blessing. I have commented before on the beauty of Harper’s Garden. These quilts and yours really show the fabrics off?love them all!
Karen Seitz says
All three are wonderful!
Sue Coady says
The quilting on Hearts 2 Home is positively STUNNING.
I want to make them all! They are so pretty! Love the colors!