Tiffany Hayes and Florabunda! by RJR Fabrics

Head over to Tiffany’s online presence, Needle in a Hayes Stack, to see her full range of quilt patterns, block of the month offerings, fabrics, kits and notions too. Here is her Insta, her Pinterest, and FB just to keep it tidy! I could not be happier that Teri Lucas connected us!

The pattern for this quilt, Blue without You, can be preordered!

This quilt exemplifies my hopes for how Florabunda! might be used. It demonstrates the range of values found in the blue portion of Florabunda! It vibrates with patterning and density of color. And it highlights the Blowsy Rose print in my favorite coloration of the three, Bluette.

I can easily see this quilt being made up in the Bengal Rose colorings within the line too. With my new found confidence in following patterns and making more traditional quilts, I hope to take the creation of this quilt up for myself! It is ingeniously simple but packs a colorful punch! The blocks are big and the color pulls it together nicely, its pretty snazzy.

Check out Tiffany’s post about it!

June 7–Tiffany Hayes

June 8–Deborah Boschert

June 9–Sara Mika

June 10–Lyric Kinard

June 11–Kathy York 

June 11–Teri Lucas

June 12–Leslie Tucker Jenison 

June 12–Heidi Kelly 

June 13Jamie Fingal 

June 14–Debby Brown 

June 14–Susan Brubaker Knapp 

June 14– David Gilleland

June 16—-Melanie Testa Here! 

Please follow RJR Fabrics and Quilty Box  and me, @mellytesta on Instagram! That is where we will host most of the the giveaways (my blog will have some extra swag).

And hey, if you don’t know who Quilty Box is, you should! I am their featured artist for the month of June. They are a quilterly subscription service that introduces you to the latest products, fabric lines and patterns, by up and coming quilt makers and artists. They will be giving a Melly Box away to one of you off this blog on June 16. In the meantime, get ready to see what my colleagues made!


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Comments

  1. This really came out beautiful! I am always impressed with the quilt making because the detail and measuring is so intense! Tiffany did a beautiful job!