Robert Kaufman Solids Charm Pack Challenge

 

I would like to thank everyone for their wonderful comments and links on the Interlocking Seasons quilt block tutorial.  I am still in the process of replying to all of the comments and questions, and please let me know if you have any problems with the tutorial!  It was a labor of love and I hope everyone enjoys the pattern and makes lots of quilt blocks!  I must say that most of the credit for this belongs to Mister Parfait, he did an amazing job and I can’t believe I doubted his design in the beginning! (Okay, I’ll admit, I was still bitter over my design not working out, tehehe) I was able to see the first block made from the tutorial yesterday morning, it is beautiful!

The quilt above is for the Robert Kaufman Solids Charm Pack Challenge (using the Dusty Palette) for my local Modern Quilt Guild!  I wasn’t able to make it out to the meeting last month for the big reveal; I wish I could have been there to see everyone’s quilts!  We used almost every charm square to make the hexagons and the surrounding white fabric is also half and full hexagon shapes.  The hexagons are all machine pieced.  This would be considered a “mini” quilt; it is only about 25 inches square as a top! 
EDIT: Tutorial is up!

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18 Responses to “Robert Kaufman Solids Charm Pack Challenge”

  1. DianeY says:

    My goodness-you’ve done it again! This is positively stunning!

  2. Leanne says:

    This is wonderful, I am in love!

  3. Lynne says:

    Wow! Very impressive!

  4. Lee says:

    WOW. Seriously, just … wow!

  5. Marion says:

    I absolutely love it. Is there a pattern I can purchase, this would be ideal for my daughter’s 21st birthday present.

  6. Teresa says:

    This looks wonderful, well done. Like Marion I’d like to know about the pattern.

  7. Sally says:

    Wow, what a stunning piece! Kudos. If you want to publish a tutorial I’ll be right there cheering (and saving)!

  8. Terri S. says:

    This is just wonderful! I love it.

  9. Alissa says:

    Would really love to know how you made these, or the pattern name. They look wonderful! Great job!

  10. Lexi says:

    WHOA! This is amazing, and a million times better than what I made for the challenge!!!

  11. Kim says:

    How do I get copies of these beautiful quilt blocks? This is also absolutely beautiful!! :-)
    Thank you,
    Kim

  12. Amanda says:

    Did you face the sides , I don’t see binding . Love it.

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