I’m a long-time fan of the Turning 20 quilts, in part because they make such efficient use of fat quarters. (And who can resist fat quarters?) The original patterns came out many years ago, and there are a number of new ones since. If you don’t know about them, you can find them here, at Tricia Cribbs’ website.
Anyway, I recently made my upteenth version of her Turning 20 Again pattern, in part because I just had to use this gold fabric.
The quilter did some wonderful swirls on it.
I’m blogging about this many weeks after finishing it–that’s the way it goes some days! It’s a donation quilt.
Name: Turning 20 Again
Pattern by: Tricia Cribbs (available here)
Made by: me
Finished size: 55″ x 55″
Quilted by: Linda
You are quick…and efficient! I have a few donation quilts to get out the door–thanks for the info on the Turning Twenty patterns.
I guess those Turning 20 patterns are oldies but goodies 🙂
Another person will be warmed by your beautiful work and generosity.
Awesome donation quilt that will be greatly enjoyed by someone 🙂
I remember when “Turning 20” came out. It was on the heels of “Yellow Brick Road,” another very popular pattern. You made good use of that gold fabric in this design. It will be a great donation quilt.
I agree; those were both good, easy quilts.