Phased Circles Quilt: Top Complete

Last month, I made my favorite quilt ever…..until this month. I have finished my Phased Circles quilt. I love this quilt so much, as my vision with my design came together so well, better than I could have dreamed.

Phased Circles Outside
I used 30 different Carolyn Friedlander prints, mixed from her Botanics and Architexture lines…can you believe it, that did not use all  the prints of hers I own (yes, I might have a slight fabric crush).

The solids were all Kona cottons and most of them were from the new colors – Curry, Prussian, Breakers, Torch, Valentine and lastly Wasabi.

The colors from these fabrics worked so well together. Here is a close-up of the center blocks. If you are interested in how I made these blocks, here is the tutorial.

Phased Circles Closeup For the back, I am using some of the gray, black and white prints of Carolyn’s lines, with just some simple piecing. I plan on doing straight line quilting to finish.

Linking up with Jo @ Riddle and Whimsy for TGIFF and Amanda Jean @ Crazy Mom Quilts for Finish it up Friday.

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26 thoughts on “Phased Circles Quilt: Top Complete

  1. mudpiesandpins

    This is a really stunning quilt. At first glance I thought you had used all solids but then I saw all the texture in the blocks from the wonderful Architextures and Botanics and they just add so very much to the design.

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  2. sfredett

    This quilt makes me like Curry!!! 😀 Absolutely stunning, amazing, gorgeous… and more, my thesaurus just isn’t handy. Really love this one!

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  3. Jeifner

    You have a crush on CF prints and I have a crush on this quilt. It’s wonderful. Love the varying hues, the prints and solids, the design and composition. Fabulous.

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  4. Lesley

    I couldn’t help saying aloud, when I opened your blog this morning, “That’s stunning!”. So, although I promised myself I would never join the “Oh-that’s-lurvely!” Brigade, here I am!

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