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Glamper-licious Fabric Tour

Glamper-licious
 I'm always so excited to be part of a fabric tour.
These fabrics scream of luscious reds, delicate pinks, 
spring greens and summer aquas.
           This collection is designed by Samantha Walker.


As soon as I received the fabric I
 got right to work in cutting up all the wonderful cherries
and cute glampers so I could sew them into 
a Dresden quilt block.
   

Once the blocks were completed and pieced together...

 the quilt was sent to Connie so she could work 
her quilting magic.
   
 
The binding is my favorite ending to the quilting 
journey and I love nothing better than 
using Shari's Binding Babies to prepare
 my binding for the scallop edge on this quilt.
 
  
The colors and design of this quilt look so summery. 
It reminded me of packing a basket filled 
with fruit and sandwiches for a fun picnic.


The red and white check along with the 
cherries are my favorite designs in this

Glamper-licious collection.
   
Once the blocks were sewn together and 
assembled with the scrappy sashing, 
it seemed like  a scalloped border would be the 
perfect finishing touch.

 

 I love how scrappy this quilt looks...
and I love the Dresden quilt block!

 

The red centers on the Dresden's looks like
red polka dots. 
  

 Who doesn't love red polka dots!!!
   

"Summer Love" is the name of this new pattern that I will be releasing in my Butterfly Kisses Pattern Company.
  
   
Thank you Samantha and Riley Blake for inviting me
to play with these summer colors and designs.


Happy Sewing!!!

Jina xox

Be sure to check out the other wonderful makers up next on the Fabric Tour for Glamper-licious


June 7- Izzy & Ivy

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