This quilt is available for sale in my shop!
After I posted my pattern testers' quilts
last week, I wanted to make a follow up post with a few more details about my own version of the Eliza Quilt
. I had so much fun making this pattern and I wanted a little more space to talk about it.
The idea for this quilt came from my Betty Quilt
pattern. I wanted to do something along the same lines (but a little bit different) because I really enjoyed how well it highlighted the fabrics and how easy it was to put together.
My color inspiration for the quilt came from the Martha Negley feathers print that I have been hoarding for a while. I adore the print and it has such amazing blues and greens and teals.
After I picked the initial focal fabric, I picked several coordinating fabrics from my stash. My favorite designers for coordinating fabrics are Carolyn Friedlander
, Denyse Schmidt
, Lotta Jansdotter
, Cotton + Steel Basics
, and Lizzy House
and I used almost all of them in this quilt. This is definitely not an all-inclusive list, but I have found that they all make beautiful fabrics that work well with other collections and they are the designers that I buy most frequently.
Thank you to those who have purchased the pattern, I can't wait to see what everyone makes! If you make your own version, I would love it if you could use the hashtag #theelizaquilt and/or #kitchentablequilting on Instagram so I check it out!
Want to make your own? Head over to my shop
buy your own copy of the pattern!