Modern Neutrals :: Piked Peaks


Posted on June 19th, by Amy in finished quilt, Modern Neutrals. 3 comments

Piked Peaks is a controlled scrappy quilt, made with half-square triangle units.  I fell in love with the layout and had to make it!

Piked Peaks :

Piked Peaks - Modern Neutrals :: AmysCreativeSide.com

Piked Peaks measures 48″ x 60″ with fabric and block requirements for a smaller baby size included.

Pieced by me – on my Baby Lock Melody.

Quilted by Natalia Bonner – with all the quilts in Modern Neutrals, I asked Natalia to keep it simple, no frills, and I love the results!

Fabrics used in Modern Neutrals were supplied by AdornItAndoverCloud 9Dear StellaModaRiley Blake,Robert Kaufman, and Windham - Many thanks to my friends at each of these companies. I shared about my fabric selection and classification process in this post.

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Modern Neutrals is the featured book this month at Fat Quarter Shop, and I have autographed copies available in my book shop too.






3 thoughts on “Modern Neutrals :: Piked Peaks

  1. 1

    The ever versatile half square triangle again! This is a great design Amy.

  2. 2
    Susan Owenby says:

    Looks AWESOME. I love it too!

  3. 3
    Malini says:

    This is one of my favorite quilts from the book. Simple design yet looks stunning!

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