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Bittersweet Blog Tour

It has been so fun to see all the amazing projects 
that have been created using 
Sue Daley's Bittersweet fabric line!!!
I feel privileged to be part of the
Bittersweet Blog Tour.

Sue Daley has created beautiful designs with a brilliant, 
colorful, youthful, inspiring and fun color palette.
Bittersweet can be purchased here at Riley Blake Designs.



My favorite part about working with Bittersweet was the amount of design and color you can cut in a small piece. That's why I chose to do a mini churn dash block which measures 3" when finished. 



This new quilt pattern using Bittersweet is called "Prosperity".
The pattern will be available through 
Butterfly Kisses Pattern Company 
and is available at your local quilt shop.


This is the quilt center where you can see 
how tiny the 3" blocks are.

I used the gold swiss dot for the background fabric.


Needle turn applique is one of my 
favorite methods to applique. 
I added lots of borders with appliqued 
flowers, leaves and vines.


                                                                                
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I love using Sue Daley's glue pen and needles 
for my applique which you can also 
purchase at Riley Blake Designs 
or through Sue at Patchwork with Busyfingers.

I love how the rich charcoal and white stripe seems to ground all the bright and bold colors in this Bittersweet fabric line!


I even used the charcoal stripe for the binding cut on the bias.

The quilt finishes about 59" square.




I took a lot of photos trying to find the perfect 
photo for my pattern cover.

I'm only showing a few of the many that were taken...LOL



Thank you so much to Sue Daley and Riley Blake Designs 
for letting me be part of this 
Bittersweet Blog Tour  
with all the amazing designers below. 

You can see what they have created by clicking each link below.



Happy Sewing!!!

Jina xox

Below are the designers involved in the Bittersweet Blog Hop:
Post Date (US)
Post Date (AUS)
Name
Blog
8/28/2016
8/29/2016
Riley Blake Designs
8/28/2016
8/29/2016
Sue Daley
8/28/2016
8/29/2016
Amanda Herring - US
8/29/2016
8/30/2016
Anorina Morris
8/29/2016
8/30/2016
Carrie B
8/30/2016
8/31/2016
Sedef Imer
8/30/2016
8/31/2016
Marissa Rae Gun - US
8/31/2016
9/1/2016
Sharon Burgess
8/31/2016
9/1/2016
9/1/2016
9/2/2016
Deanne Coombes
9/1/2016
9/2/2016
9/4/2016
9/5/2016
Peta Peace
9/4/2016
9/5/2016
Pauline McArthur
9/5/2016
9/6/2016
Keera Job
9/5/2016
9/6/2016
9/6/2016
9/7/2016
Alison Von Bibra
9/6/2016
9/7/2016
9/7/2016
9/8/2016
Lorraine Lovell
9/7/2016
9/8/2016
Leonie Bateman
9/8/2016
9/9/2016
Leanne Ivanoff
9/8/2016
9/9/2016
Jina Barney - US

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  2. Such a gorgeous quilt! I was looking for more information about the fabric line and your post popped up. You sure have some appliqué and tiny churn dash skills:)

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