Modern Basics :: Quilts


Posted on March 7th, by Amy in finished quilt, Modern Basics. 32 comments

I found a sunny day at last, and had an hour to spare outside with my quilts!

All 14 of them is a lot to carry, and get hung, but I’m so glad that I did.

Did you notice the new header?

This is a picture heavy post!  I thought I would share the name and a detail or two for each quilt.

Basic Ease ~ One block turned – great first project!

Tumbling Cubes ~ One block, minimalist.

1, 2, 3! (R) ~ Showcase favorite prints, without cutting too small. Wind Power (L) ~ Introduction to half square triangles.

Modern V (R)~ Dynamic contrast equals a great pattern. Basic Puzzle (L) ~ No blocks required, just cut and piece!

Posie Patch ~ Layer Cake friendly, and an intro to appliqué.

Graduation ~ No blocks here, cut and piece your top!

Modern Maze ~ One block turned.

Modern Cabin ~ Strip pieced blocks, in light and dark fabrics.

Twisted Bars ~ Fun block with scrappy possibilities.

Knotted Squares ~ Deceptively simple

Basic Postage (L) ~ Simplified even more with a jelly roll! Basic Puzzle (C)

Modern Mirrors ~ Alternating rows, makes a great pattern

There’s so many more pictures that I could share with you!  All of the quilting was done by Natalia, and it’s fantastic!  Natalia quilts via the mail too (hint, hint!) if you ever need something quilted by a pro.

Quilting details

More quilting

If you did not win a copy of Modern Basics last week during the tour, I have a few autographed copies available in my shop, or it’s available on Amazon!

Happy Quilting~

Amy






32 thoughts on “Modern Basics :: Quilts

  1. 1
    Terriaw says:

    Really love your new header! Love the photo shoot too. The quilts with the one block turned give such cool effects.

  2. 2
    Suzanne says:

    Your one block style really appeals to me. Doing the same thing over and over becomes meditative and feels great. I’m eager to see more of your quilts.

  3. 3
    Carol Lewis says:

    I love all the quilts hang together and they made an amazing header for you. I just ordered your book a few days ago on Amazon, it’s due to arrive this Thursday.

  4. 4

    Amy,
    Your quilts are beautiful! The photos are wonderful and I feel very encouraged that I could make something that beautiful too. Thank you for all your efforts….I’ll be buying a copy of your book for my treasure shelf….my special quilting and needle art books.

    Smiles,
    Kelly

  5. 5

    ooohhhh ! nice header ! how ‘peaceful’ and soothing and comforting !

  6. 6
    Lee Ann L. says:

    I love the variety of quilts — each one is so different; and yet, looks easy to do!

  7. 7
    Anita says:

    I just saw your book in the shop where I work and it looks fantastic. Great job Amy!

  8. 8
    karenkay says:

    Really nice….I love the Knotted squares quilt!

  9. 9
    Becky says:

    They really are lovely quilts. Nicely done, Amy. I like the header as well.

  10. 10
    Beth says:

    LOVE them, Amy!!! My favorite is Knotted Squares with 1,2,3 coming in next. And I also LOVE the header!! Noticed it the other day and forgot to mention how beautiful it is!! Hope you have a happy Monday!

  11. 11
    Jocelyn says:

    Wow what gorgeous quilts. And I love your new header!

  12. 12

    I love them! Do you think the puzzle one would look OK with prints? I’m looking for a pattern to make my 6-yr-old nephew a quilt & I like the puzzle one. I want to use boyish prints though.

  13. 13
    Linda says:

    Hi Amy,

    I like them all, but I love, love, love Knotted Squares! Modern Mirrors is my second fave. Thanks for showing them for those of us who haven’t won or purchased them yet.

    Linda

  14. 14
    Alisa says:

    Beautiful photos, beautiful quilts. Thanks for taking the time to show then this way. What a lovely book!

  15. 15
    Nancy says:

    Love these. Doesn’t look like I won the book so I’m headed out to buy my own. Thanks for the new patterns.

  16. 16
    Natalia says:

    Thanks Amy! You rock! It’s so fun to look at all of them! :)

  17. 17

    Nice variety…you must have a strong clothesline or something to hold all those quilts!

  18. 18
    Mary C in WA says:

    I didn’t win a book that I know of yet. I’ll hope to get to SLC and see you to get one in June. Nice pictures in the snow. Hope it goes away by the time I need to travel through. My favorite is the Knotted Squares too.

  19. 19
    cara cesarik says:

    lovely! I want to snuggle up with all of those quilts.

  20. 20

    Wonderful look and all your patterns Amy! They are beautiful especially with Natalia’s quilting! You two make a great pair.

  21. 21

    I love the new look! My favorites are the solids… I’m learning to go for more simplicity…

  22. 22
    Christy says:

    I was lucky enough to win a copy of your book and can’t wait to get started! Oh, I have lots of ideas. :)

  23. 23
    Debi McIntosh says:

    Love them all!!!

  24. 24
    ga447 says:

    The quilts are so beautiful love all the photos.

  25. 25
    Wanda says:

    I am so excited! After much figuring and nearly all afternoon of doing it, I finally have my copy ordered! I already have the fabric ready for the first quilt I intend making out of this book – Knotted Squares!

    Thank you Amy!

  26. 26
    Lisa says:

    Fabulous quilts! What a wonderful accomplishment. I don’t think I can pick a favorite . . .

  27. 27
    Brie Henri says:

    I was stunned, your new header totally threw me off LOL

    I LOVE the tumbling cubes it’s so beautiful!

  28. 28
    manybooks says:

    FANTASTIC! What a lovely bunch of quilts – the header picture is wonderful! This book is for certain on my wish list!

  29. 29
    amylouwho says:

    I love the new header! And all the quality time you had with your quilts! Now, where are you going to keep all of them?!

  30. 30
    Victoria says:

    They all just look so good AMY!!!

  31. 31
    Carol T says:

    I just got your book in the mail today. Congratulations on it and l love the book.

  32. 32
    Alina says:

    Wow! I admire your quilts and your patience to make them. However, may I ask, what do you do with all of them after finish making them? I always ask myself this question before I make one and turn out I only had several of them made so far since I had limited space in my house.

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