twister quilt and ready for new challenges in 2015

Even though it was not my goal to finish the twister quilt this year, I made it with a bit of luck (and time). I also have a name for this colorful piece : Indian Summer Quilt. The red and yellow hues remind me of a wonderful sunny and windy autumn day when the leaves start to change their colors. Shimmer of green trees and sparkling blue water surface. It was fun to work with the twister tool : cut, piece, cut and piece the blocks.

indian summer twister quilt chair-

The quilt has 12 blocks, each is 23″ x 23″. Quilted in straight lines with the walking foot with distance of 1/2″ between the stitches. When putting the quilt together, I have alternated the vertical and the horizontal stitch direction.

indian summer twister quilt front- skalabara.ocmFor the backing I have used red marble and solid light green fabrics. For the blocks I have used a range of Kaffe Fassett fabrics in different hues. More details here :

indian summer twister quilt back - skalabara.comQuilt size : 69″ x 92″ / 175 x 233 cm

Block size : 23″ x 23″ / 58 x 58 cm

Now I have time to work on my Horizontal quilt and I have a custom quilt on order – with Drunkard’s Path block.

Wishing everybody a very happy 2015, Barbora

9 comments on “twister quilt and ready for new challenges in 2015

  1. cloudcoucou says:

    Very pretty, lovely and bright. I would like to use some Kaffe Fassett fabrics this year. Happy New Year!!


  2. Elisabeth says:

    Happy New Year, Barbora!


  3. Wanda Dotson says:

    Your quilt is beautiful. Best wishes for a beautiful 2015.


  4. QuiltnMama says:

    This is fantastic! It’s freezing cold outside, but just looking at this makes me feel all warm and fuzzy.


  5. knettycraft says:

    Liebe Barbora… Mir fehlen die (englischen) Worte… Einfach nur schön! Wundervoll!!!
    I wish your and your family a Happy New Year 2015… especially health a lots of creative energy!
    Warm regards, Annett


  6. knitnkwilt says:

    What a great way to finish the year!


  7. I so needed the wonderfully warm colors of your quilt today. It’s gorgeous, and the back is striking as well, with the blue strips between the blocks.


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