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I think it is fun to remake a pattern in different colors, you get such a different look! Maybe I should make it a third time!
I couldn’t resist adding a couple photos of Mr. Mickey after he so gracefully sat on my quilt! I try and keep many of my quilts in case I want to take new photos. Isn’t he cute! You’ll want to read all about Mr. Mickey!
Hopscotch Batik Quilt 2 is finished!
I think this Hopscotch Batik Quilt is just as beautiful as the original Hopscotch. What do you think?
I might be considered a little strange as I don’t mind making the same quilt pattern more than once. Hopscotch Batik Quilt #2 gives a completely different look to my original Hopscotch design. Below is the original design.It is always fun to go outside for my quilt photos.
Here is a closeup of the simple quilting I did on Hopscotch Batik Quilt 2, I used Hobbs 80/20 batting. The batiks were a group of Hoffman Batiks that my daughter bought me for my birthday.
Hopefully this is the only quilt you will see sitting on our deck on the new trusses. The first ones were wrong and we had to wait a couple weeks for the new ones. It has also been very, very hot here and it has started to cool just a little. Yesterday Builder Bob started working on the deck project.What a guy! He is definitely a keeper! Last weekend I went to Ikea and bought a Alex cabinet with a gazillion pieces and he put it together without complaining…..of course when I said I wanted to buy two more….he groaned!
After taking pictures outside it was time to throw the quilt in the wash machine and dryer. Now it has that crinkly look. I did use a Shout Color Catcher in the wash machine and made sure I removed it immediately to make sure none of the batiks bled. Looks perfect!
This is a fast and easy pattern and perfect for jelly rolls!
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