Camping Quilt Finished and Taken Camping

I am so thrilled to have finished and gifted my Camping Quilt to my brother and sister-in-law. We just took it on its inaugural camping trip to Ft Bragg, California.

This quilt measures 60” x 68”. The 6 1/2” square paper-pieced economy blocks are made from a S’More Love fat quarter bundle plus extra yardage. The background is Gris Fonce grunge, and the cream border is an Art Gallery Fabrics marshmallows-on-sticks camping print.

Below is a photo of Bill and Sharon holding it in front of their motor home and a pic on the bed in the motor home with the travel trailer pillow that I made to go with this quilt. They absolutely love both the quilt and pillow.

And here is a close-up of the back of the quilt that shows the wonderful camping motif-quilting that Melissa at Sew Shabby Quilting did on this quilt.

This is my fourth 2019 Qtr 2 Finish-A-Long Finish.

Linking up to From Bolt to Beauty: Brag About Your Beauties. I’m also linking up to 2019 Qtr 2 Finish-A-Long Finishes.

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4 Responses to Camping Quilt Finished and Taken Camping

  1. rl2b2017 says:

    MARY! Love, love, LOVE this. Especially the picture of your brother and SIL holding the quilt up . . . and the one on the bed with the pillow. Sweet! Those first photos those are stunning – is there even a quilt in the photos because who can see that beauty with all of that natural beauty around. Wow. I think I need to put that location on my to-visit list. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  2. barbora says:

    Congratulations, the bright fabrics pop up from the gray sashing.

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  3. Laura says:

    This turned out so beautifully, and looks absolutely stunning blanketing the earth and coast.

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  4. helen says:

    I love this. It really bounces off the grey fabric. I love your photos too, looks brilliant on the beach shot.I am sure your brother and sil are delighted with this. A quilt in a camper van can have so many uses.

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