I am so, so happy to present to you this gorgeous version of the Dreamcatcher Round the Year Quilt made by Vicki Trerotola.
I personally would have never have thought that the blocks would look so amazing in shades of a single colour.
The lovely quilting by Mary Jane Wherle so beautifully complements the perfect piecing done by Vicki.
Do notice the walls and the headboard – aren’t her colours just perfect for her room?
Do you want to make your own Dreamcatcher Quilt? The patterns for the blocks are free and can be accessed from here! Please do not forget to share pictures on my facebook page in case you do make something using my patterns! Thank you!
Woohoo! The Dreamcatcher is going to Houston, Texas and am I excited, or what!
I am on a vacation at the most gorgeous place, where I have no pics of the quilt to share with you. So I will share a pic of this lovely little lily pool here, instead!
Best of luck to all the finalists!
Block 1 Dahlia
Block 2 Evening at the Pond
Block 3 Card Trick
Block 4 Sapphire Fire
Block 5 Venus
Block 6 Lollipop Candy
Block 7 Southward Bound
Block 8 Spiked Dresden
Block 9 Wedding Ring
Block 10 Chakra
Block 11 Blue Aster
Block 12 Dozens Squared
Block 13 Feathered Star
Block 14 The (Almost) Fractal Mandala
Block 15 Winding Ways Wheel
Block 16 Mariner 24
It took me almost seven hours, but I managed to post five short videos that give a closer look at the quilt – on Facebook. This WordPress blog does not permit me to share videos; it says I need to upgrade! Facebook reduces the clarity of the images, I suggest you view them full screen. So you can head straight my Facebook page ‘Patchwork of My Life’. I think you need to ‘like’ my page for that, you can click on the Facebook icon on this page to do it.
If you want to make your own Dreamcatcher quilt, the patterns for all the blocks are available right here, on this blog, for free! Click on this page for the links to the patterns.
I will let the pictures speak for themselves.
The free patterns for the blocks can be accessed here.
So here we are, ready to join the fifth and final panel of my Dreamcatcher Round the Year Quilt. This is the tricky part, where we have to deal with a nesting seam; will share the whole process once the quilt is finished. Meanwhile, the batting and backing has been folded back on all four edges to be joined so that they do not come in the way of joining the front.
Wish me luck!