custom quilts for the fall 2017 spoonflower magazine

Salty Oat in the Fall 2017 Spoonflower Magazine
Last fall, Spoonflower (my former employer) interviewed me for a small spotlight in their second-ever magazine/catalogue. In addition to answering a few questions, I also created two quilts for the publication using a selection of Spoonflower designs printed onto Kona cotton. For the first quilt, pictured above, I pieced together rectangular improv log cabin blocks using a selection of indigo, mustard, and peach prints. I also pulled together a pair of quilted pillow shams at the last minute to round out the bedding. You can see all of the prints I used in this helpful online collection
Interview with Caitlin Topham in the Spoonflower Fall 2017 Magazine
For the second quilt, pictured folded and under the lamb softie above, I created a flying geese baby quilt using a graphic black-and-white print background and a selection of sherbet-color-inspired prints for the geese. You can see the full collection of prints I used here. Both quilts were beautifully quilted by Sarah at Crinklelove.
This was such a fun and different project to work on, and it's been so humbling to hear from so many people who've spotted my work in the magazine. If you'd like to see more, the entire digital publication is available online.

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  • Katie Canavan says...

    These are gorgeous!

    January 12, 2018

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