Bloomin Baskets Quilt returns home. - Sharon Keightley Quilts

Bloomin Baskets Quilt returns home.

March 29, 2021 2 Comments

Bloomin Baskets Quilt | Sharon Keightley Quilts

The Bloomin Baskets Quilt has returned home this week after being a cover girl in the Todays Quilter Magazine. It has taken a while to come home with the postage being slow during the covid pandemic the magazine decided it was better to wait before sending it home. Its always a treat to receive quilts back after they have been away. My Granddaughter Ayla loves the quilt, I love watching her feel the fabrics and the applique flowers with their dimension are very intriguing to her. 

You can find the pattern here on my website, or you may have a copy of issue #64 Todays Quilter magazine which has the pattern also.

Bloomin Baskets Quilt | Sharon Keightley Quilts

Here is Ayla with the quilt.

Bloomin Baskets Quilt | Sharon Keightley Quilts

Bloomin Baskets Quilt | Sharon Keightley Quilts

Bloomin Baskets Quilt | Sharon Keightley Quilts

Its my turn with the quilt.

Bloomin Baskets Quilt | Sharon Keightley Quilts

Even Benny has given it his snuggle approval.

i hope you enjoyed the photo shoot for the Bloomin Baskets Quilt.

Happy Stitching

Sharon

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2 Responses

Kathy Hatz
Kathy Hatz

April 13, 2021

I’m so sorry! I just figured it out! DUH…..

Kathy Hatz
Kathy Hatz

April 13, 2021

Good Morning Sharon,
I have a question regarding your Bloomin’ Baskets pattern. I’m using the instructions in my Today’s Quilter. I absolutely love this quilt and am making it in blues and cream.
Do I trim the large half square triangles to a specific size?
I’m afraid to begin sewing my 2 1/2 inch hst’s until I know the answer.
Thank you!

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