Saturday, June 8, 2013

Happy Squares

It seems like all the blogs we read have been making scrappy summer we figured we should hop on boat!

 This was the view in the sewing room for several days. Too many days. (We ran out of white squares.)

And now it's all finished and we love it to pieces.

This one crinkled up a lot. BEST. DAY. EVER.

The fabric is a mix of mostly the Heather Mulder Peterson Summerhouse Collection, with a few prints from our stash. 

All the Summerhouse fabrics were charm square sized and were extras from another quilt we just finished. After laying out this quilt, it ended up being 46" x 54".

The machine quilting is the best part. After seeing Camille's cute wiggly stitch on her Juggle Quilt, we knew we wanted to try it out. And if you haven't been to her website you live under a rock. Just saying.

Here are the specifics on the wiggly stitch. We know every machine is different, but on our Babylock Anna machines we set the selector to "D" and the length to 4. Just play around with your machine until you get a nice chunky zig-zag stitch. We spaced the wiggly stitches about 1/2" apart just like Camille's. It is easier than it looks and is so much fun to sew.

 We'll leave you with a cute close up of the binding.

And don't forget to stop by our Etsy shop where you can purchase this quilt.


  1. I love scrap quilts! Especially a crinkly one! :)

  2. love the crinkliness. love the scrappiness, and love the wiggly quilting lines. I really need to figure out how the proper settings for this on my machine!

    -Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

  3. That is a great quilt! The colours work so well together and the quilting really makes it look even better!
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