TGIFF – Autumn Waves

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Happy first day of the last month of winter for all those in the Southern hemisphere! I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for some warmer weather. But as a homage to my friends from the North, I’ve called today’s finish Autumn Waves. (Ok, it’s a long bow to draw but I tried).

Autumn Waves
The fabric is Lucky Penny by Alison Glass. It’s a fat quarter bundle I got at Sewing Summit. I used my Quick Curve Ruler from SewKindOfWonderful and basically just went for it. I didn’t use a pattern, just sewed all the curves together. I got Quilt Club Australia to vote on whether to split the rows with the bars of solid or not, and the response was a resounding yes. Lucky, because matching the points would have been a nightmare.
Autumn Waves


As usual, it got tested thoroughly. Melody says it is more Scarlett’s colours than hers.

Autumn Waves

qaygbuttonI also finished the first two blocks of the QAYGFMQAL. And got some EXCITING news which is going to impact the QAYGFMQAL… so watch this space! There’s also a Facebook page if you want to play along and show us your stuff.


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14 Comments on “TGIFF – Autumn Waves”

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  3. That came together beautifully. Nothing finished for me this week. Had a mishap with the binding on my son’s quilt. Boo! Hope to be finished by Sunday!

  4. Love the colors in this quilt! I haven’t played enough with curves to feel confident to make a whole quilt! Great work!

  5. Thank you for hosting Laura … I’m going to try the FMQ and I’m actually looking forward to it (giant leap!). I love the colours in your quilt, very rich and jewel-like 🙂

  6. I like the draped effect of the curves in your quilt. Is the curved ruler easy to use? Is there a lot of fabric wastage? Thanks for hosting today.

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