Alpine Ice Snowflakes Quilt Tutorial

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Winter is a perfect time to share my Alpine Ice Snowflakes quilt tutorial with a photo of it outside in the…..snow.

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Alpine Ice Snowflakes Quilt Tutorial

Alpine Ice Snowflakes Quilt Tutorial

36″ x 50″

This is a beautiful collection that seems to change colors in my photos.

I first made a quilt for Fall Quilt Market using the darker fabrics in this collection which I considered blacks but are actually very dark blues.

There are also brighter blues in the Alpine Ice collection.

Alpine Ice Snowflakes Quilt Tutorial on steps

Just before Christmas, we got our first snowfall and it was perfect for taking photos of my quilt.

I had a lot of fun designing this quilt and will be making it in a larger size in different batiks soon and will share it soon.

Download a PDF of this tutorial – if you already subscribe to my newsletter you can just sign in to my resource library and you’ll find it.

Alpine Snowflakes Block Tutorial

Block size – 15 ½” unfinished

For each block you will need:

  • 4 – cream 5 ½” squares
  • 24 – 3″ print squares (4 will be used for the snowflake corners)

Step One

  1. Mark a diagonal line on a 3″ print square.
  2. place it on the corner of the cream block and stitch on the line.
  3. Fold back the 3″ print and trim.
  4. Make 4 per block.
Alpine Ice blocks

Step Two:

Sew five 4-patch blocks.

Alpine Snowflakes 4 patch blocks

Use the following diagram to layout the rows.

Sew the rows together.

Alpine Ice block

Make 6 blocks

Making the quilt: – sew the blocks together.

Alpine Ice 6 blocks

I used my AccuQuilt GO! and the GO! Holiday Medley Snowflake to add a little sparkle to my quilt. I added Heat n Bond Lite to my batik fabric before running it through the die. You could cut the snowflakes by hand but trust me……it is a lot faster with the AccuQuilt GO! die!

Cut out 6 Snowflakes – cut as follows:

  • 2 complete snowflakes
  • 6 half snowflakes
  • 4 quarter snowflakes
Alpine Ice AccuQuilt snowflakes

Carefully peel off the backing paper and attach the snowflakes to the background sections as shown. Applique as desired, I prefer to do a free-motion wiggle stitch on the raw-edge applique.

Alpine Ice AccuQuilt snowflakes on quilt

Add I used my vintage 15-91 Singer for all of my piecing, free-motion applique and quilting.

Alpine Snowflakes Applique

It is always fun to share a photo of the back of a quilt, the little trees in this print made a perfect backing for my Alpine Snowflakes quilt.

Alpine Snowflakes backing

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Free PDF for the Alpine Snowflakes

Alpine Snowflakes batik quilt on bed on bed

We recently redid our guest room and I wanted to show you the quilt on a bed, at 36″ x 50″ it makes a nice bed runner. This may look like a pretty stark room right now but…..come Spring… will be a blast of color!

I used the same fabrics in my Swirly quilt, be sure and check it out.


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  1. Pam Aujla says:

    Hello Connie,

    Just to let you know that you are awesome. Love to look at your masterpieces. Thanks for sharing.


  2. Should make this for my dog who refuses to come in the house! She absolutely loves all this snow and cold. And I love this quilt! Might try it in flannel for that extra warmth! Stay warm out there!

    1. Hmmm is Indie likes the snow and cold, I don’t think flannel will go over too well!

  3. I like using blues, greens, and grays.

    I have your blog bookmarked.

  4. Beth Bigler says:

    Great quilt!
    My favorite color is green.

  5. DIANE Willard says:

    I like to use muted blues and then bright white and then pale gray going darker for shadows. Love the contrast in the Alpine Quilt

  6. Liz Horgan says:

    The colors are beautiful-I always think of blue when I consider fabrics for a winter quilt, but this is great!
    Green tends to be my go to color!
    I follow you on bloglovin!

  7. Love the quilt colorway and design. I love purples. i follow you on FB.

  8. I just love snowflakes! It’s amazing what can come with easy four-patches–it’s just lovely!
    I do appreciate a yellow and grey palette. I also love a purple-aqua-white combo. I also do a lot of red and black with yellow–hey, it’s a firefighter thing!

  9. usairdoll says:

    Beautiful quilt! Thanks for the tutorial and the pattern. I love winter patterns. I love using civil war reproduction colors but if I had to pick just one, it would have to be blues. Always have blues in my quilts ;-D

    usairdoll (at) gmail (dot) com

  10. I am always dreaming of blue quilts often with colors of the ocean. I do like the colorful modern prints when I make quilts for the granddaughters. I’ve followed you with Bloglovin for years along with Pinterest and your newsletters!

  11. Deborah Browning says:

    I found your blog through the Island Batik blog hop. I like your quilt.

    1. Deborah B. says:

      I now follow you by email.

  12. Connie, I love your snowflakes quilt – it’s a wonderful example of how a simple-to-execute quilt can be very striking. My favorite colors to quilt with are clear blues, greens, mid-range violets, and I follow you on Instagram

  13. Judy Forkner says:

    Forgot to say that I follow you on Facebook!

  14. Judy Forkner says:

    I love pretty much all the colors, but the complementary colors of yellow-green with red-violet are a frequent go-to!

  15. NancyB from Many LA says:

    I love purples!

    I follow your blog by email.

  16. Pattie Nestor says:

    I have gout this week and can’t get to the basement to rummage through my blues and make this quilt. I think I will embroidery mt snowflakes. Will wait and see what my background will be for this quilt. I like purples and greens, but I sure have a lot of blues. I receive you by email. Thanks for sharing with everyone. Pattie

  17. apple blossom says:

    thanks for sharing

  18. What a pretty quilt. I like reds. I follow via Bloglovin.

  19. With all the snow here this weekend in WV, this is the perfect snowflake pattern.

  20. Love this new collection of batiks! My friends would say I have an obsession with purple, but I also love working with colours that complement purple! And lately I have been placing an emphasis on using negative space, which really makes the purples (and its complementary friends) pop!

  21. Lisa Marie says:

    My favorite colors to quilt with are bright, saturated blues and greens, A lot of what I make is scrappy though, so I mix in lots of other colors as well. I follow your blog on my blogger dashboard/GFC. Thanks for the wonderful pattern!

  22. Connie German says:

    Somehow I had missed your emails and blogs. Nice to see you back. Only thing I like better than batiks are brights.
    Thank you.

  23. Linda Pearce says:

    I love the Alpine Ice collection. I is beautiful. I am particularly drawn to table runners and bed runners. They make such a nice statement with minimal effort involved compared to larger projects. Thank you for the opportunity and happy quilting.

  24. farmquilter says:

    I’m in love with those bright blues!! Lately my color of choice is teal…it has run the gamut from greens to blues to pinks to purples…I have noticed, that other then pink, I tend to prefer the cooler colors! I follow your blog via email and love it!

  25. Kelly Tadlock says:

    I love quilting with blues, and batiks,
    calicoes, reproductions and brights.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  26. I enjoy quilting in fall colors. Really like shades of orange. I receive uour emails,

  27. I love this type of snowflake! I like to quilt with bright cheery colors. I follow via email

  28. The Alpine collection is wonderful. I love your quilt design and the use of the colours. My favourite colours to quilt with are blue, green and purple but as I intentionally leave my comfort zone I am finding that there are so many colours I need to be using more. This blog hop has been wonderful so far. I can hardly wait for it to resume tomorrow. Thank you for sharing your goodies.

  29. I will quilt with any color, as long as I am quilting! I tend to steer toward brighter colors, but I like what you did with the dark shades.

  30. This looks like something I could handle. While I’ve done a few quilts, I don’t have the confidence to say I’m an intermediate quilter so I’m trying to do a bit more to ‘up’ my skills. Thanks for this – it will be gorgeous!

  31. Love how you used the Accuquilt snowflake die for this quilt. It goes great with the Island Batiks. LOVE those navy blues!

  32. Kathe Gardner says:

    Love your work – beautiful fabric – great giveaway -thanks.

  33. Verna Larson says:

    I have been following your blog since before the days of “Pelly”. Thoroughly enjoy it.

  34. Mary Pugh says:

    I love the Galentine quilts/ideas you’ve shared! Thanks! My favorite color to quilt with is the one or ones I’m using currently! Right now I’m making a sample quilt out of creamy yellows with white… I’m going to sash/ bind it with gray!

  35. Your quilt is gorgeous! I love blues and greys, and tend to use those colours more than others.
    I follow your newsletter.

  36. Connie, thanks for the chance to win this beautiful pack of fabric. Love the new quilt patterns as well.

  37. Your quilt is beautiful. I quilt most with blues, greens, teals and purples though I have every color in my stash. I have been following you by email. Thank you and keep up the good work.

  38. Beautiful quilt. I love blue batiks, so theseFQ would be perfect for me

  39. Marti Morgan says:

    I love blue and your snowflakes are adorable. Thanks for the giveaway.

  40. LOVE the quilt – thank you for the pattern! My favourite colours to quilt with have historically been Blue/Green/purple but lately I have been dabbling with browns/oranges/yellows. I am lucky enough to be able to follow you by email so I never miss a post!

  41. Glenda Hyde says:

    Happy New Year Connie ! Both the Snowflake & Swirly are very Beautiful Quilts .I love the backing on the Alpine Snowflakes . Thank you for the tut , Very easy to understand and follow . First time following through email . All colors are my favorite ! I love fabric ! GOD BLESS & Thank You for sharing !

  42. Kathy Mitchell Upton says:

    Thank you so much for the pattern and tutorial…..I’m hard-pressed to give you a favorite color combination—-it’s usually whatever I’m working on at the time….but BLUES are always a favorite…. :)….blessings from a cold West Virginia.

  43. Connie, it’s fantabulous! Such a delightful post, too. I’m actually between favorite colors right now, as I try to finish up WIPs and use up scrappy stash, but I lean toward the greens.

  44. That’s a gorgeous little quilt! I have to say my favorite colors to quilt with are oranges, purples grays and teals. I thank you for the opportunity to win those fabulous fat quarters. ?

  45. My favorite colors are all the brights, usually all at once. I love color! I don’t think I’ve ever made a one color quilt. However, i am presently working on an all purple quilt for my ds and dil. It’s a first for me!
    I love your snowflake quilt. The darker colors remind me of snow after it’s been around a while. Hope you are staying warm in this arctic winter we are having. Thanks for the chance to win something!

  46. nancy seitz says:

    I use a lot of blues and reds. Alpines are beautiful.

  47. Barbara Woods says:

    Love reds, follow by email

  48. Rhonda Lorch says:

    I live in snowy and very very cold Winnipeg Canada. This little quilt is adorable and would look fantastic in my guest room. I would be so happy to work with these fabrics. Thanks for sharing a great tutorial!

  49. I love blues and creams and scrappy quilts in all colors. I follow you via email.
    Thanks for the giveaway and free pattern. I love the scrappy with the snowflakes.

  50. I follow you by email.

    I like to make quilts with colors for the seasons.

  51. I just saved your Alpine Snowflakes pattern and am already thinking about what I may have to make it with in my stash. Thank you for the chance to win the blue batiks and your Swirly pattern.

  52. Janine Allen says:

    Lovely quilt, Connie! I love anything in the aqua/teal family but am hooked on batiks!

    I enjoy your blog because your patterns often include use of an Accuquilt cutter and your instructions are always so clear.

    Thank you!

  53. Thinking about the quilts that are on my ironing board right now, in various stages of quilting, I find blues, reds, purples, and–surprising to me–a fair bit of orange.

    I follow you via email.

  54. Beautiful quilt. Thank you for the pattern. My favorite colors for a quilt are autumn colors but I have seen more quilts done in grays lately and find them stunning.

  55. I like your quilt! I gravitate to blues, greens and pink, in soft, calming hues–they always get my attention.

  56. Love the feel of your quilt. The colours really make the winter mood. Right now I am quilting with ‘brights”.

  57. carolyn montgomery says:

    i use a lot of the blues, i especially love aquas and teals.

  58. I love blues. I also like lots of bright colors…often using navy blue with brights rather than the black I used to use.

  59. I love to work with blues. Alpine Ice blues are awesome! I follow you with Bloglovin.

  60. Every year I say that I am going to create a snowflake quilt….still hasn’t happened yet. Your quilt is so inspiring!!! I think this year just might be the year for my snowflake quilt!!! 🙂 🙂 I’m thinking, blues, silvers, aqua, white with a splash of purple…. You ask the hardest questions….What colors do I use most in quilting..LOL as many as possible and usually what ever is close by. 🙂 🙂

  61. My 1st choice for a quilt is always blue. I have to make conscious choices to not pull the blue fabric from my stash. Thanks

  62. Your snowflake quilt is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing this, and so many other gorgeous projects. I always enjoy your Facebook posts.. My favorite colors to quilt with are blues and greens and purples.

  63. Alpine Snowflake quilt is truly stunning. Thank you very much for sharing your techniques. I love Island Batik fabrics and of course BLUEs are always my very most favorite colors. You are the best Island Batik Ambassador. I follow you on my Blogger Roll. JOYful January Dear…<3

  64. I love to work with blues and your quilt is great in the blues.

  65. I love how the blocks form a secondary pattern when sewn together and that you added the snowflake to it!

    I love to sew with bright colors. I’ve been following you on Instagram and now Pinterest. 🙂

  66. You always inspire. What a fun project! Thanks for the great tutorial too.

  67. I love your Alpine Snowflakes bed runner. Very pretty! My favorite colors to quilt with are blue and cream. I follow you on Bloglovin. Thanks!

  68. Love your quilt! My favorite color to work with is blue. Thanks for the chance to win some!!

  69. Brenda Hulsey says:

    I like scrappy quilts so I really don’t have a favorite color to use. Anything goes in my quilts!

  70. I am happy to use any color in quilting! But I lean towards green and navy.

  71. Gene Black says:

    My favorite colors to quilt with are any jewel tones, but particularly blue, yellow, and purple.

  72. Beautiful quilt! I love the piecing and applique and it looks so good photographed on the snowy background.

  73. A pretty quilt! I like green, even though I have more than I’ll ever use, I still collect them.

  74. Betsy Lewis says:

    Connie, beautiful tutorial. Right now I’m working on a thanksgiving quilt so I’m using lots of fall colors. I follow you on bloglovin and Facebook

  75. Great quilt and thank-you for the pattern. Seems like I always use and collect blues. That said I like bright colors.

  76. Heidi Story says:

    Snowflakes are so pretty! My favorite color is blue. I love to create quilts with many blues.
    I get your posts emailed, so I assume I use Bloglovin 🙂

  77. These days I’ve been using a lot of blues in my quilts with some purples mixed in — and a bit of chartreuse for zing. I follow you by email.

  78. Lori Morton says:

    Wow! Love this Quilt! Beautiful Pattern! I love Blues!~! and use alot of blues & greens in my quilts. Thank you for chance to win your give-a-way too 🙂

  79. Beautiful Quilt and thank you for the tutorial and template. When I needed snowflakes last year, I cut them by hand. It is a lengthy process. Give me bright colors. I have a collection of blues but am always open for more!!

  80. Your quilt is beautiful! So nice to see it with the snow. I tend to sew with blues a lot but I really like scrappy. I just don’t have enough scraps yet to do many.

  81. Another delightful design! I love how you used those 4 patches.

  82. Your quilt is beautiful, thank you for the pattern. I don’t have any particular colors that I use consistently in my quilts. There is so much beautiful fabric out there that for me it is hard to just stick to the same colors all the time. I think that is why I love batiks as there is such avariation in the colors within one piece of fabric. I follow your blog through bloglovin.

  83. Blue is my favorite color. I like to sew. with blue, green and teal fabrics best. Batiks are such lovely fabrics to work with. I follow you by e mail.

  84. Thank you for showing your pretty quilt. I am enjoying seeing all of the quilts in Island Batiks Blog Hop. My favorite colors to sew with are blues (and after that probably brights.) Your Island Batiks blues are beautiful! I follow you on Faacebook.

  85. I like almost all colors (I do shy away from neons) but right now I”m stuck on blue and white. Hurrah! I’d love your Alpine blues.

    🙂 Linda

  86. Maryellen McAuliffe says:

    Pretty. I do love this collection. Follow via email.

  87. I DO love that pattern, and I’m glad you had the tutorial download already made for us. That is so kind of you! Thank you. I like the cool colors and find myself working with blue probably more than any other color. Green is my favorite color, but I don’t quilt with it nearly as often, for some reason. Thank you so much for the giveaway. I don’t actually follow your blog, or most others. I have favorites in a folder on my toolbar and just go look every once in a while. I’m taking classes part time, and it doesn’t leave me many hours a week for blog looking and commenting, but I always enjoy your blog when I’m here. =)

  88. Alpine Snowflakes look gorgeous on your freshly fallen snow! What a cool pattern and a perfect choice for the Alpine Ice batiks! I can’t say I lean towards any certain colors when I sew. I do like bright colors that make me happy! I am a “happy” Bloglovin’ follower of yours!

  89. I have a lot of greens and blues I work with. I am trying to get more brights in my stash. I have been following with bloglovin.

  90. Love your quilt, great job! I love to quilt with a rainbow of colors. The more the better. lol
    dragonfly9716 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  91. I love to use lots of blues, green and purples. Very lovely blues you have left over.

  92. Sue Nugent says:

    I love batiks usually blue, green and purple. I follow you on Blogher and Pinterest

  93. Allison Evrard says:

    Your snowflakes are beautiful! I love to work in reds, usually darker reds like burgundy. And I love to get your newsletter.

  94. What a perfect setting to show your new Alpine Snowflakes … in the bedroom then right out into the snow! Your pieced sections along with the fabric design gives a knit-sweater look IMHO.

    I’ve never done a grey’ish quilt like this one, but I do like it. It seems that blues and greens creep into my quilts a lot. However, this last year, it seemed that red predominated. Guess that I am give equal-opportunity for quilt colours!

  95. Karin Callander says:

    Wow, that quilt didn’t go together anything like how I thought it would! But it is lovely, and it’s the ONLY kind of snowflake I want to see!! I gravitate toward the ocean-y colors, turquoise, aqua, teal, purple, a bit of lemon green, bright coral and sandy brown thrown in. I guess living by the seashore will do that to a girl. So, I bet I could find a use for those blues you have left over!!

    Big hugs!

  96. Normally harvest colors in golds & browns are my comfort, but leaning more toward blues lately. Thanks for the tutorial! Just checked the box below to start following by email.

  97. I love to work in blues, but mostly brights. I am impressed that you could take the neutrals and make such a gorgeous quilt. Thanks for sharing the pattern too! I follow via Bloglovin.

  98. Melody Lutz says:

    Purple, lime and Turquoise! Beautiful design made fabrics sparkle!

  99. I love just about all colors and love to add as many colors to my quilts ass possible. I really like the Alpine Snowflake quilt. I follow you on Bloglovin and IG.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  100. I seem to use a lot of blue in my quilts, so those FQs would be perfect. I follow you on Facebook notifications.

  101. I love blues especially navy! I follow your blog with bloglovn

  102. I always seem to be drawn to Autumn colours

  103. Angela J Short says:

    My favorite colors to use in quilting are blues! I follow you by email. Your quilt is pretty!! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

  104. I love those brighter blues! Thanks for a chance to win them! Hope you are feeling better.

  105. I follow with Bloglovin, IG and the newsletter. I love this batik line.
    I love blue quilts with another color tossed in. This year I’d like to play with adding gray to my quilts no matter what color they are!

  106. I follow your blog on Bloglovin.

  107. Beautiful quilt! I love quilting with bright colors, but red, black, and white is a favorite combination.

  108. Oh my…another beautiful quilt! I love it! When I first looked at it, I thought it was black and cream. but when I looked closer at the batik fabrics, I saw it was a very dark blue. And I love the snowflakes on the cream. Looks very rich.
    I like blues and greens the most but I like all colors.
    Can’t wait to see how the rest of that room is going to look like when you are finished. Thank you for sharing!

  109. Great quilt – love the addition of the snowflakes!
    As for favorite colors, just about anything! And yes, I’m a follower!

  110. Great quilt – the fabric is perfect for that pattern!!!

  111. Beautiful quilt Connie! I like the shot of it on the bed, and also the sneak peek of the backing. 🙂 I follow you on bloglovin’ and on Instagram. My favourite colours are blues and greens together.

  112. Diantha Howard says:

    My favorite colors to quilt with are blues, so I’d love to win the giveaway! Your quilt looks so nice, particularly like the snowflake appliques.

  113. I like all colors, but right now I am leaning towards blues for a quilt I want to make. Your fabrics would blend well with them. Winter and blues, great combination.

    1. I follow on FB, Instagram, bloglovin, newsletter. I see you all over the place and love your work!

  114. Love your Alpine Snowflakes. Blues and greens are my favorite colors to quilt with.

  115. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Connie; Absolutely love the snowflakes in your beautiful quilt! I would do a happy dance if I was the winner of the give away! I follow you by email and have always loved doing scrappy quilts. Yet, recently, I have been making them in a much more balanced scrappiness manor. I truly do not have a favorite color for making a quilt in. I try and make the quilt in what I feel the person receiving the quilt would like if I do not know I choose a colorway that I have not done in awhile. Thank you for sharing and for the great giveaway! Have a fantastic day!

  116. Wonderful quilt! Blue is my favorite color, so I tend to use blue a lot in my quilts.

  117. Island batiks are great fabrics to work with. I’m loving Alpine Ice and especially in the darker colors; great design, Connie.

  118. Quilting Tangent says:

    I quilt with the rainbow of colors. Follow you with Bloglovin’.

  119. Hiya!!! I love that snowflake quilt. My daughter will love it too. While I love working with all colors, I tend to veer toward a red and blue palate a lot of the time. But my favorite colors are pinks and purples. Go figure! Thanks for having the giveaway. Blessed be, hugs!!!
    pamspretties57 at gmail dot com

  120. Dawn Hollingsworth says:

    What a fun quilt! My Go! has been in storage for a year so I’m a bit jealous ? Batiks are my absolute favorites, in any color, bùt my favorite color is yellow so i try to sneak it in (can we say label ☺)

  121. I love blues and greens to quilt with! I follow you with my blog list from my blog.

  122. I love your quilt, the gorgeous colors of the Alpine Ice collection are fabulous!
    I follow your blog by blog reader.

  123. I have been stuck on turquoise and brown, but ready to try something different. I love e blues.

  124. Lorie Bugaiski says:

    Love the alpine snowflake quilt.

  125. I love to use purples in my quilts. I follow your blog by email. Love this little quilt.

  126. My favorite colors are changeable depending on my mood, but I do like blues and aquas–but sometimes fuchsia and reds and pinks are the choice! I signed up for your newsletter.

  127. The snowflake applique really adds pop. My favorite colors are blue and yellow. I just found your site through a link on Midweek Makers 106.

  128. Pat Evans says:

    Wow, what a different colorway for you. I like to work with blues, purples, and greens, but also use a lot of bright primary colors in my kids quilts. I follow you by email.

  129. You can’t go wrong with snowball blocks, and I was really intrigued by yours done in quarters! I think I’d love a GO with the dies, but it’s not in my budget at this time. You always seem to make the most of yours. The snow batiks are wonderful! I quilt with all colors, and whatever I’m working on at the time is my favorite. I think that’s why I enjoy batiks–the variety of wonderful colors and subtle patterns. I follow you by e-mail. Thank you for this tutorial! I always look forward to your creations.

  130. That looks so nice. I really like the snowflakes you added in the blank areas. Is there really a favorite color? I always thought it was what I was currently working on. lol I follow by email.

  131. VERY pretty quilt Connie. I like the added snowflakes to this quilt. You always have such good ideas like that.
    I actually have the Holiday Medley Die also so I’ve got the snowflake.

    My favorite color would be purple, but my favorite color combination is purple and blue. These would be perfect for me to use.

    I follow your FB page, and get email notification with each blog post you do. Plus, I am subscribed to your newsletter too.

  132. Cheryl L. says:

    Blue and white fabrics are my favorites. Great quilt design and tutorial. I follow by email.

  133. Sally warren says:

    I like to use all colors to make scrappy quilts. I have a lot of blues in my fabric stash. I follow your blog via Kevin the Quilters link on his blog.

  134. Susan Ulrich says:

    I hate to be indecisive, but my favorite color is ALL OF THEM!!

  135. Peggy Gibbs says:

    I love aqua colors.

  136. Elizabeth Storck says:

    Hi Connie,
    I love this beautiful quilt and happen to love blues in my quilts. I follow you everyday via email.

  137. Jacqueline says:

    Your quilt is gorgeous!! Thank you for the tutorial.

  138. I love the snowflakes in the centers. I like to play with a range of colors from red, to blue as you look at the color wheel.

  139. Susan Spiers says:

    I follow you on bloglovin!

  140. Susan Spiers says:

    A beautiful quilt-so many color combination ideas! I love to build my quilts with aqua & browns- how wonderful this one would be with aquas & ice blues! Thank you for sharing, Susan

  141. Joyce Carter says:

    Beautiful quilt Connie! I love the snowflake in the centers. This would be awesome as a table runner during the winter months. Great job! Thank you for your giveaway.
    I use a lot of greens and blues in my quilts.
    As for following you,I follow on Bloglovin, Facebook, Instagram, and I think a few more places, Have a wonderful day.

  142. Chris Smith says:

    Connie, thanks for sharing another great tutorial. I LOVE the fabric line (gray tones). The snowflake quilt looks awesome, however, I am very drawn to the Swirly pattern, already marked in favorites! I am hoping to find the fabric line locally because I do have a bedroom with gray carpeting that could use something new.

  143. I love quilting with multiple scrappy colors loaded with bright and beautiful! I follow you at pinterest as well as other forums 🙂

  144. I love your quilt. I seem to end up with a lot of scraps of blue, so I guess I’d have to say that is my favorite color! I am always drawn to anything blue.

  145. I have recently discovered…! It has always been green or orange but now…..BLUE! I follow you by e-mail and love everything you share with us. Thank you for the chance to win!

  146. Lorene holbrook says:

    Love, love, love these colors!! My fav color at the moment is blue. In November i started 3 new quilts, all blue. How did that happen? Made cutting very easy. Thanks for the chance

  147. Lori Smanski says:

    I follow by email You have created another lovely quilt. Thank you for the pattern. These are lovely fabrics. Thank you for the give a way

  148. Love your quilt with the snowflakes Connie! It’s beautiful and with the real snow, even better. Thanks for the pattern too. Love batiks, so any color batik is great!

  149. Blue and white is my favorite combination.

  150. I love the colors in the Alpine Ice collection. Your snowflakes turned out perfect. I follow on IG.

  151. What a fun quilt! Love the snowflakes and using the Go cutter is definitely the way to go! My favorite color is purple, but I love these blues. The collection I used for the hop had purple and blue in it so it was perfect! The way you placed the colors from the collection in your quilt really shows them off. Awesome job!

  152. Barb Colvin says:

    Awesome quilt!! Perfect for the manly man 😀 I tend to go with browns and greens in my palettes, then add splashes of whatever color makes the design sing.

  153. Pauline Gudas says:

    I am really6 liking the soft teals, green and brown/gold toned batiks

  154. Sandy Allen says:

    I don’t know that I have a favorite color to quilt with but I have a lot of red and pink in my stash. 🙂

  155. I’ve always had a fondness for snowflakes. I used to cut them out by the dozens as a child (and adult lol). Your quilt looks like snowflakes at night because of the dark blues. I like it. I tend to lean toward bright colored fabrics with black as a contrast.

  156. Quilt looks awesome! Great idea to cut the snowflakes! Also how did you do the download for tutorial?

  157. I love Island Batiks and these winter colors are gorgeous. I follow because you are a fellow Ambassador 🙂

  158. Your Alpine Snowflakes design is sure a pretty pattern. Your quilt turned out beautifully in those sweet batiks! My favourite colours to quilt with are blue and green with a bit of orange for contrast. And I recently started following your blog by email by checking the box at the bottom after leaving a comment. That way I never miss a post! Thank you so much for sharing the tutorial, Connie!