Thursday, December 3, 2009

Jewel's Selvage Tumbler Quilt

Jewel is a quilter in the South San Francisco Bay area of California. She made this stunning selvage tumbler quilt using batik precuts that she bought from Jackie at Canton Village Quilt Works: http://cvquiltworks.blogspot.com/. I love the bright colors, and the color windows stand out nicely too. Great job, Jewel! See her blog at: http://jewelsarmcandy.blogspot.com/.

And thank you to Judith for telling me about this quilt! If it's got selvages, we hear about it pretty fast at the Selvage Blog. :)

Do you want to read more about folks who live waaay up North? Take a look at this blog from Alaska: http://alaskaatlast-rach.blogspot.com/ Thank you to rainylakechic for this link. And of course she has a blog too. I think you'd like it: http://rainylakechick.blogspot.com/

7 comments:

Jackie said...

Thank you for the shout out! I just love how Jewel did her quilt. I thought she did a fantastic job!

Barb said...

Another wonder Selvage Quilt!
Thanks for posting.
barb

laurenaphelps said...

How Cool! I love your quilt! You are so creative!

Amy said...

I love this! It is very inspirational!

WoolenSails said...

Another great way to use selvages.

Debbie

Mary said...

I just got my issue of Quiltmaker. Your Fandango quilt is absolutely awesome!! I can't wait till after Christmas when I will have time to make one myself.

Steffi´s Candy Quilts said...

This is such a cheerful quilt, I love the bright colors. They look very good together with the selvages.