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My Take on Converging Corners

I have loved the look of the Converging Corners quilt over at Film in the Fridge since I first saw it so I decided to try it out with Flea Market Fancy on Kona Ash.

I've struggled with this one since I started it but I persevered!

I did the longarm quilting myself and am pretty pleased with it. It gave me lots of good crinkle and texture.

The backing is the green seeds print from Flea Market Fancy which I love! This quilt measures 34"x47" and is a great size for a baby-into-little-kid quilt. It could also be a great wall hanging if you're into that sort of thing. I am putting it up for sale since I'm starting to amass many quilts here at the house and this one wasn't made for anyone in particular.

What do you think?

I'm linking up to the Friday Fun Party!

Comments (4)

It's beautiful! I love all the negative space between the prints, the crinkly quilting is so comfy, and the binding rocks!


That turned out so great! Love your fabric choices! FMF is my favorite.

Yesterday I thought it was wonderful in person! I love the way you used FMF!


I love this pattern and your version is so nice, Paige! I may have to move this one up on my to-do list :)

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