Friday, October 21, 2011

Another New Pattern!...

It's time to show you another
new pattern from my
fabric line.
I hope I'm not posting too many
pictures
but I am just showing you all of them
in the order that I took them!

The crochet bedspread draped across the chair was made by Mr. Honey's great grandmother and was given to me by Mr. Honey's mother...my other mother!
I think it goes well with the colors and style of the fabric.
The chair was given to me by my Grandma Crane!... as you know all of my designs are inspired by family and also everything vintage:)
Okay...scroll down and have a look!











The throw is called
"Daisychain"
I call it a throw because instead of batting I used flannel so that it was thinner and would have a nice drape so it could be
used as a throw or a tablecloth!

I loved making this one patch quilt.
I think patterns like this are a
fun and easy way to show off fabric.
The jumbo pom-pom trim is from Riley Blake
and it was a must!...I love pom-poms and I think they finish this
throw/tablecloth/quilt off perfectly...
what do you think?
xx
Lori
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105 comments:

eatmoresmores said...

lovely!

Laura VanVleet said...

Absolutely fabulous, Lori! I love this new line of fabric and can't wait to get my hands on some! Beautiful job!

Jean said...

I'm digging this one.. the pom-poms make it!

Peg said...

I think that this is my favorite.
I love all of them but I like the simplicity of this. Thank you so much for sharing all of your beautiful work and designs and your lovely fabric. Great job!

Nancy Sue said...

I LOVE it....It really is a great pattern to show off yummy fabric! Starting my day by reading your blog, and you really made my day. Love it!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I love the pink and gray together. Your crochet bedspread reminds me of the one my own Mom was going to make for me, but she passed away before getting much done. I love seeing your treasures :-)

Nedra said...

Yay, I get to be the first one to comment on this new pattern.
You are so right, the big triangles really do allow you to showcase your new beautiful fabrics. I love how the gray allows the other colors to stand out. Great photo's with your family heirlooms and yarns. Beautiful job Lori!

Darlene said...

Another adorable quilt, Lori. You've been a very busy girl. :-)

Maxine said...

What can we say...Your mind must not ever shut off and you must get about 1 minute of sleep...Look forward to all your creative ideas...Love it all...

Michelle Jensen said...

I just had to comment today... I have looked at all your patterns over the last few days and there isn't one that I don't like. Seriously, they are all so beautigul!! I have seen your quilts in Material girls and they are super super cute. I just love the new line. Gray is one of my favorite solids, so that is probably one of the first reasons. But then following suit is lovely pink. So good, good, job. You just have such a unique style and I really like that.

Sherryl said...

Such a simple pattern, but it really shows off your lovely prints and colors to perfection. Great choice. And I adore the pom-poms! Thanks for sharing.

Aquilter said...

I really like the white "tassel" on the border! So cute!

Cheryl said...

Oh I simply love this. Yup the one patch really showcases those fabrics and makes me want them more and more!!! Oooops there goes the budget!

Sandy said...

Great pattern to show off the fabrics. What a gorgeous bedspread and how lucky you are to have it.

Kim with a K said...

Beautiful!
Adore the pom poms!
Love the fabric!
Great idea with the flannel too.
You are one creative lady!

Diane said...

Love your patterns and quilts!

Connie said...

Another wonderful pattern, I just love your fabrics, the colors are so neat!

Sharon said...

I think it's adorable!!

schmidt1016 said...

I am in awe of your creativity with this pattern! The pom-pom trim is a genius finish, and your fabrics look fantastic in the design. Love it!

Leslie S. in MN
esclante at comcast dot net

toots2u said...

I thought yesterdays was my favorite but now this is. The pom pom trim is perfect!

my happy bluebird said...

Beautiful! :-)

Wendy said...

I am in love with your new line. I have featured it in my most recent blog post. Thanks for the inspiration.

Wendy

www.latetocreate.wordpress.com

Patty said...

I love it!! The pom-pom finish is perfect.

scarlett said...

Very Pretty!

I would have loved to see the back of the top. How did you press the seams? Which way did the seams go?

thanks.

Lesley said...

You can never have too many pictures of quilts! I love the colors and particularly like the idea of using flannel to keep it a bit thinner...gorgeous!

Helen L said...

It's fantastic!!! I can't wait for this fabric to come out: I've been scouting for it:-) It's so cute, and I've been wanting to make a triangle one patch like yours too!!

Gloria said...

Love those triangles! I've yet to make a one-patch quilt though I started to cut out 2000 squares in 2000. I never actually reached my target despite swapping with friends but it would be possible to use what I have to make a throw like yours.

May Kristin said...

This post sent me out shopping for yarn yesterday! :-) If I couldn't get my hand on the fabrics, I could enjoy the colours of the yarn! :-)

Gabriella said...

"Daisy Chain" looks like fantastic and the pon pon .... I love your ideas ^__*

laura said...

I would have never thought I would like this color combo but it is so compelling the way you have combined it.

Laura

Julie said...

Can't wait to make this one!

Jeanine said...

I thinks it's very cute! Love the colors and the pom pons!

Hasapis Family said...

Its fun to see the new patterns your posting...i can't wait for the beautiful fabric to come out!!

ShariK said...

LOVE this Lori. The pom pom trim really sets it off

Pat from FL and MI said...

What a super throw! Love it!

Lorri said...

THis is really cute. I am a new quilter and I think I can do this one! Cant wait for the new line of fabric.
Lorri

Carrie P. said...

somehow I missed this pattern. Very pretty. Great way to use your lovely fabrics.

Anonymous said...

The colors are all so pretty together :)

candy at fiber dot net

Coloradolady said...

I love this too!! What a great idea using the poms for a border for a tablecloth. It really works well with this fabric. Very cute.

Kelly said...

Another great pattern. I love the trim around the edge. It looks so warm and cozy!

Joan said...

Love the new fabric line and the pompoms are a cute idea.

Sheila said...

I think with a little Minkee on the back it would make a really sweet baby blanket!!! I don't use batting.....so it is more of a swaddling blanket....maybe the same results with flannel on the back. I think it is really sweet either way!

Bolo heads said...

I love this one, and love the pom poms on the edge. It looks like a quilt you could make in a weekend. My husband likes to have me make a quilt as gifts and always wants them in a week. This will be perfect for that.

Patty C. said...

Great pattern - I think this would be a good one for a novice quilter - A lot of look but not so difficult to put together that it would be overwhelming - Great idea ;)

Cynthia said...

I love this throw, what a good idea to use flannel. I just made your blue with brown trim one yard apron with the jumbo pom poms. I can hardly wait to wear it to a city event in a couple of weeks. We have your family to thank for inspiring us with your creativity and in turn bringing us joy. I have Comforts of Home in my bedroom and look at it every morning and evening and love to show it to my new friends.

Mom2RyandSis said...

Love the pom poms, would look adorable on a bistro table :)

Needled Mom said...

I have always wanted to make a triangle quilt and this is beautiful. I love the pom pom edging.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I recently made a pillow with sixty degree triangles and just love how your Daisychain looks, especially with the great Daisy Cottage fabric Lori!

Hum... said...

Beautiful pattern, love the throw.

heidiabc said...

You could never post too many pictures Lori!! I love it, so much inspiration and I tell you my daughter has no choice she is having a pink/gray/yellow themed room. :)

Heartsdesire said...

This pattern is great. I love the way it showcases the different fabrics.

Steven and Ginger said...

How do you keep this up, all this cuteness, all the time. I really like the triangles. I havnt made a quilt like this before.

Elaine said...

The pom poms are a great edging for a quilt. I also like the idea of flannel for batting for tablecloths. I always wondered how to make a quilt a tablecloth.

Liz said...

I pinned this the day you posted it. I LOVE LOVE the triangles and the fabric and just everything!

Sherryl said...

I commented earlier - before I knew you were having a giveaway. In case I get lucky... here's my email address. ;-)
sunshdws@yahoo.com

Anna C said...

Okay, this is my very favorite- i think it showcases the line exquisitely!

JoyceLM said...

The pattern really shows off your beautiful new fabric. Love one patch quilts.

Lois said...

I really like this pattern with all this beautiful fabric.

Bente-I like to QuiltBlog said...

loos so very beautiful with your fabrics, if I´ll be one of the lucky winners, I´ll sew a quilt like yours

Sandie ~call me crazy said...

Oh my! I love the pom-poms!! This pattern really shows off the prints too. Love it!

Sandy Trefger said...

Love it! I can see myself making and having this quilt! :)

Pam said...

I love the triangles, the daisy quilting and the trim on this. Would be an adorable baby quilt.

Sinta Renee said...

This pattern is so adorable Lori1 I just love every little detail you do!

Joy @ Light Bulbs said...

I am in love with this pattern. Can you do this with charm squares?

Deb said...

Ok, how did you know that I love triangles? The more the better - I LOVE this pattern!

scottylover said...

I sooo want to make a pyramid quilt! You did a spectacular job on yours. The pom-poms are a nice touch, but not something I would use, I don't think.

Sandy A

Dust Bunny Diva said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I love the way the simple single block lets the power of the colorful prints shine!

Elizabeth said...

Daisy Chain is in my top three for the patterns you've shown so far! Love this! The colors in your fabric are absolutely amazing in this design.

xo -E

Heather A said...

The fabrics all work so nicely together. It really shows in a pattern like this. LOVE the bobble trim on this throw/tablecloth! And thanks, too, for the idea of using a flannel sheet instead of batting. I can imagine that making a nice, light, summer throw.

Quiltgirlie said...

Lovely!
Regards, Britta

Debbie said...

Such a pretty design and I really like the fun pom-pom trim!

Barb said...

I do enjoy the added pom poms...lovely quilt!

Machelle said...

I think I could actually attempt this pattern! You are really working hard to present some great ideas for this fabric.

Sherry said...

What a fun quilt, a design I could do and enjoy doing. The pom poms are a perfect addition.

PiaEjby said...

A beutyfull way to show the fabric. You are making such lovely things - and so many!!!

KOcanQuilt said...

The shape of those pieces is amazing and the color combo - what can I say? Something I would never think of and yet very lovely.

Rebecca said...

What a great quilt to show off those beautiful prints! And that pom-pom trim is so fun!

mean sarah jean said...

the quilt is pretty, the crotched blanket i am jealous of, and the balls of yarn are so cute! i love this display!

Shannon said...

Triangles are awesome!! The pom-poms are the perfect touch!

Shannon said...

I also wanted to comment on your bed spread. I love it. What a piece of history. How special to have had this passed down to you.

jmniffer said...

I wonder if the pom pom trim washes well? It sure is a fun accent for the quilt.

Jennie said...

I'd love to see how it looks on a table. And the daisy quilting has me swooning! The pom poms are just the right touch too.

Janet said...

This one really showcases the fabric. Lovely! And I love the pompom border....

cherilyn said...

Beautiful!! Love your new line and the super cute pom pom trim!!!

Catskill Quilter said...

The pom poms are perfect for this! Great idea!

Jenn said...

I am going to have to make this! so darling.
jpshirley@ymail.com

poppyinpink said...

I like the daisy quilting pattern and the pom-poms give a lightness and a slight whimsy, a very pretty effect!

my happy bluebird said...

I am loving your "daisy cottage" fabric. This is fabric that will never go out of style...

my happy bluebird said...

Do you need an assistant? I will gladly "work for you" in exchange for some daisy cottage fabric... LOL! :-)

Love both the fabric and patterns. They are super-inspiring!

Leah said...

The pom poms are perfect! Your props are gorgeous too. Love the colored yarn and the lace.

Gail's Card Cafe' said...

I'm really loving this fabric! Never thought I would like grey in a quilt but this is just beautiful. I love those pom poms too!

mblittle5 said...

I love triangles and this is grea use of them. Nice quilting too.

WandaFish said...

The simple pattern really shows off the beautiful fabric and the pom poms are inspired! I wouldn't have thought of using them on a throw but they are the perfect finishing touch.

Anonymous said...

I have to tell you, this is one of my favorites. I enjoy seeing larger pieces of fabric to really appreciate the design and colors. I think I would have enough with a fat quarter bundle...hint, hint. Thanks.
J. Hanson

JJ said...

Very cute. It is a very nice retro fabric for a very old pattern.

Cherise said...

Love the geometric look of this and of course the dingle balls! :)

Melinda said...

I like this one so much! And you are very good at setting up shots of your projects! That's something I need a lot of work on!

Kelli said...

Love this one too. But what else is new? ha :o) So cute, and I also really like the machine quilting on it too.

Carla G said...

I love this quilt! It is simple shapes but absolutely gorgeous! And the quilting flowers finish the quilt look! :)

Lisa Marie said...

This pattern is great to showcase those lovely fabrics.

Michle said...

Loving the pom poms!

razberiswrl said...

This fabric range is beautiful, and I love the way the big triangles show off the patterns and colors so well.

Snoodles said...

Love your idea to make it thinner so it can be a tabletopper! Wow! Those triangles show off the gorgeous Daisy Cottage fabrics so well!

Terrie said...

Wow , LOVE the idea of this one on a table and the trim, LOVE how your mind works :)

Dawn said...

I love the pom-poms. There are not enough pom-poms in the world!

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