Monday, October 31, 2016

Julie Herman - Jaybrid Quilts

I'm so excited to share these quilts with you.  I had the pleasure of quilting these for Julie Herman of Jaybird Quilts for her new pattern release at International Quilt Market.  

This first quilt is called Comet.  It's made using her Hex N More ruler.  This amazing fabric is by Tula Pink and is called Tabby Road.  It will be available in March of 2017.  It's so cute and this pattern works great with the large prints.  Really shows the prints so well.  And of course Julie always makes her patterns easy to follow and make.  I had fun quilting it.  Take a look.



 And this fun version of the same quilt with navy background.  Really changed the look of the quilt just making that one simple color change.


 And this fun version made with Moda Fig Tree fabric.  This new line is called "Coney Island". Very soft and pretty.

 This is her new pattern Glazed Donuts.  It was made inValori Wells new fabric line Jasmine.

 And this pattern is called Cinnamon Buns.  Isn't it just fun?  I can't wait to make all of her new quilts.

Thanks for stopping by.  I hope you take the time to check out all of Julie's new patterns.  I promise you will not be disappointed.  I had so much fun quilting these for her.

Happy Quilting!

Teresa

7 comments:

  1. The quilting is beautiful on these quilts.

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  2. Goodness, you have been having fun! I like the Comet quilt with the dark background. Until I saw that I couldn't figure out why it is called "comet". The dark colour makes the comet star effect pop out.
    As always great quilting!

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  3. They are all really lovely Teresa!!!
    As always!

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  4. I love Jaybird Quilts. I am working on the Lotus one right now - although I have changed it up a little to make flower shapes. I love the rulers. So simple to use

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  5. Coney Island Quilt is sooo luxurious.....Your quilting is lovely

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  6. Wow,you've been a busy girl! I just love your quilting!

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