Quilting Projects for the Speakeasy Fabrics featured by top US quilting blog, Seams Like a Dream.: triangle quilt
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Quilting Projects for the Speakeasy Fabrics

Hi friends!

Welcome to the Speakeasy fabrics Blog Hop!

Quilting Projects for the Speakeasy Fabrics featured by top US quilting blog, Seams Like a Dream.

 

Today I am going to show you the projects I made using this awesome batik fabric line designed by my super talented quilting buddy Tammy Silvers of Tamarinis.

Speakeasy Fabrics

Aren’t they great?

Quilting Projects for the Speakeasy Fabrics featured by top US quilting blog, Seams Like a Dream.

Really rich colors. If you would like to hear about Tammy’s inspiration for this line, click here to go to her blog post.

Speakeasy Fabrics Quilting Projects

So, what did I do with these yummy fabrics? Well, of course I had to make a bag! I decided to use my Carry This! bag and I love how it came out. 

Quilting Projects for the Speakeasy Fabrics featured by top US quilting blog, Seams Like a Dream.: bag
Carry This! Bag in Speakeasy fabrics

 

Then I really wanted to make a quilt and I thought the line would work really well with my Tribeca pattern.

Quilting Projects for the Speakeasy Fabrics featured by top US quilting blog, Seams Like a Dream.: triangle quilt
Tribeca quilt in Speakeasy fabrics

And I was right – Tribeca in Speakeasy fabrics is just the bomb!

 

Speakeasy Fabrics Giveaway

So would you like a chance to win some of these yummy fabrics? 

How about a copy of my Tribeca pattern?

Fill out the Gleam Widget below for a chance to win Contest has ended! Thanks to all who entered!

but can you also do me a favor? Let me know in the comments which fabric you like the best!

 

Speakeasy Blog Hop

 

Blog Hop Schedule

Want to see some other great projects using the Speakeasy fabrics? Here is the schedule of bloggers:

Monday November 4            Tammy Silvers  Tamarinis  

Tuesday November 5          Kris Poor   Poor House Quilts

Wednesday November 6    Kate Colleran   Seams Like A Dream – me!

                                            Lisa Amundson   Around the Bobbin

Thursday November 7        Joanne Hillestad   Fat Quarter Gypsy

Friday November 8             Swan Sheridan   Swan Amity Designs

                                            Jessica Caldwell   Desert Bloom Quilting

                                            Jessica Vandenberg   Sew Many Creations

 

Be sure to check with your local quilt shop to see if they have these Speakeasy fabrics in stock!

happy quilting!

Kate

 

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12 thoughts on “Quilting Projects for the Speakeasy Fabrics”

  1. Lovely projects – great fabrics. I really like #811905079 – very nice! I keep my ruler either hanging from s hooks on a bar (for big ones) or in a wooden holder (and sometimes they just pile up on the cutting table!

  2. I store all my tall rulers standing up in a wicker basket and the shorter ones in a divided wicker basket with a middle handle.

  3. Rulers are so hard to store! I have tried using a hanging loop that my hubby had for hanging his belts, but it was too awkward. Now I use a bag that leans against the wall in my sewing room. It was originally made for cutting mats and has pockets for different sizes so it works good for rulers, too.

  4. I store my bigger rulers on a wooden rack made for that purpose. I store smaller rulers in plastic lidded containers. My favorite fabrics in the collection are all the greens and the wine.

  5. I really love 811903901. The blend of the colours are perfection!

    My rulers are stored on edge in one of those stationary sorters. My ruler/templates to do my quilting are stored in a hanging cloth that has pockets in it just right for my rulers. Any time I get a new ruler I customize a new pocket for it.

  6. Ummm, all of them!!! If I had to pick just one, it would be the fabric you used on your smallest outside pocket of your bag! Your bag is gorgeous and I love your quilt!!

  7. My favorite fabric is 811901215, the very warm, pretty gold.
    P.S. Are you aware that your form is the same as the form on Tamarini’s blog, so the question on the form refers to rulers, which is why you’re getting so many ruler answers?

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