Tuesday, March 21, 2023


Here it is .... my "Pyramids".   All done and ready for hanging come August/September when the autumn quilts come out for display.  This was done using EPP method.

Quilt Details:

Source:   Inspired after seeing Canadian Needle Nana making pyramids to make some too.  EQ7 came to the rescue and viola .... here is my version all done by using EPP (English Paper Piecing) method.

Started:  August 2022
Top Finished:  November 2022
Quilt Finished:  February 2023

Size:  50-1/4" x 68-1/2" (top size before quilting:  51-1/2" x 70")

Batting:  Hobbs poly

Machine quilted by:  Kathy Wareham using "Maidenhair Fern" quilting pattern.

There is no sleeve (temporary strips for hanging pinned in place on the back of quilt) on this quilt yet .... so it may be hung the other way.  

Looking at this quilt reminds me that I purchased "Sugar Top" pattern from Bonnie Hunter.  It is similar, but different.  That pattern is on my 'to do' list using plaids and stripes and solids.

Cherish your day, cherish your life!


Jennifer said...

Lovely - it really says "autumn", doesn't it!

Gretchen Weaver said...

Great quilt! It seems like it didn't take you very long to make. Happy stitching!

Kim said...

Your Pyramids quilt is beautiful! It will look beautiful displayed on the wall come fall. But first, I should think all your quilts celebrating spring will soon be on display. =)

loulee said...

That looks fantastic. LOL I keep looking at Jocelyn's version and thinking I might like to make one too.

Florida Farm Girl said...

Lovely fall quilt!

Raewyn said...

Beautiful quilt beautiful finish! I do like the way you framed it with the different oranges.

Jocelyn is Canadian Needle Nana said...

Wow, what a beautiful finish! I love it and of course, your colour choices are perfect. What an amazing and fast quilter you are! A perfect fall piece for sure.

Deb said...

When I read the dates I am amazed on how fast you get these hand projects done! I sure wish we can stitch together when we have these hand projects

It is wonderful and one of my favourite patterns! I have seen doll quilts and bid on them but didn't win them due to the amount going up to 125.00! for a doll quilt! so imagine if you submitted this wonderful wall hanging!
I love that your list grows like mine in the attempt to try to make every quilt we love.