Cotton and Steel Dozen Roses Quilt

Today I’m sharing my Dozen Roses quilt!   Keera of Live.Love.Sew released this gorgeous pattern earlier this year.  I love everything Keera does so it was fun to test this one out for her.

The fabric pull for this one is one of my favorites!   I stocked up on Cotton and Steel prints shortly before starting this quilt and pulled from those.  There are a few other fabric prints in there from Anna Marie Horner and Blueberry park.    I actually used these fabrics again for my second scrappy trip quilt.

quiltylove_emilydennis-2510While the Dozen Roses Quilt is quite large it didn’t take long to put together.   The blocks go together easily and are pretty big.  quiltylove_emilydennis-2603I didn’t take many photos of this one for some reason so I dug up a few iphone photos.    This is the first quilt I had professionally quilted!   I adore everything Crinkle Love does and looked forward to the day I could send them a quilt.   I wasn’t up for tackling this queen size on my little machine so sending it off was like magic!   And Crinkle Love didn’t disappoint.   I love it so much!!   quiltylove_emilydennis-3985Dozen Roses was finished off with a white binding.   I tend to like my bindings to be subtle on quilts for beds.   I gifted this one to my parents recently.   I hope they love it as much as I do!quiltylove_emilydennis-4037Dozen Roses Quiltquiltylove_emilydennis-8975Fabrics Used:
Various Cotton and Steel fat quarters
Robert Kaufman Kona in White
Backing:   Robert Kaufman Wideback


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