I've been wanting to make this quilt for a few years now.
It's "Single Girl" by Denyse Schmidt.
You can get the pattern on her website here.
I decided to use some of my Denyse Schmidt fabrics that I've been collecting.
Here's a peak through my cute iron bed frame...it's very old and I love it!
My bed frame is a full size so this queen size quilt drapes really nicely.
I quilted a simple swirl with pebbles design in the solid areas and straight-ish lines on the rings.
I purchased the backing, "Sparse Floral", from Hawthorne Threads - it's a Denyse Schmidt print, too, along with the binding.
I really love DS prints and wanted an entire quilt out of them.
I'm so happy with the results and I would definitely make this quilt again.
You know how I love Lone Stars.....
I had several yards of the green henna garden and wanted it for the background.
The backing is one of my favorites "finds" to date - Free Fall from Tula Pink.
I purchased mine from Hawthorne Threads, again! (I love this place!!!)
It comes in several color ways so the creamcicle was perfect for my colorful quilt.
It made me happy to use this cute pink DS eyelet print for the binding.