Hourglasses Quilt

Posted on September 24, 2012 by prairiemoonquilts in 2012 Finished Projects, Quilts, Tutorials

I posted earlier about the Hourglasses quilt that my Aunt Mary made. Well, I loved it so much that I felt the urge to recreate it in today’s modern fabrics, so I did that very thing, and I’ve made it into a free tutorial that is now available through Riley Blake’s Cutting Corners College.

Here’s my version:

I used the “Good Life” fabric collection designed by Deena Rutter for Riley Blake Designs. You can go get the free tutorial HERE.

Here’s another shot of it:

I hope you like it. Go get the pattern — it’s free!

 

6 responses to “Hourglasses Quilt”

  1. Rachel says:

    Absolutely beautiful!

  2. Cindy says:

    Shelly, that turned out awesome! Although I don’t think the picture does it justice.

  3. Cindy says:

    Oh, and how on earth did you manage to get that picture without any critters?

  4. Dora Scheer says:

    I checked it out. I have always loved the hour glass patterns. I’m wondering if you noticed that since this is a 4 patch (16 patch), there really is no need to create two blocks, because when you give a block a one quarter turn, it *is* the second block.

    In any case, that’s a *lot* of bitty blocks, and I love the quilting. (I’m still pretty amazed that you were able to get your great aunt’s quilt flat!)

  5. Oh, Shelly! This is just stunning. I love it! The colors and design are amazing. You are so talented!

  6. Rose Marie says:

    I just love this version in new fabrics!! And having the old Aunt Mary’s Hourglasses was a good tutor in how to just mix things up! Thanks for giving us the benefit of your adventures in fabric. I never want to not be your friend!

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