by Lynett Muhaso
First up is Holly who made the baby size Togetherness quilt using a mix of solids and florals. How about that fussy cutting and quilting. Swoon!
Sarah made this gorgeous green and white beauty with orange making a splash as the accent colour for her baby size quilt.
Next up is the pretty yellow and white goodness baby size made by Martha. I love the pops of colour the floral print is giving.
Print on print work very well with the Togetherness quilt pattern as shown in the stunning throw size version by Amy.
Chrissy made the throw version of the Togetherness quilt and it is beautiful. I love that print she used for her sashing strips against the dark pop of colour for the Split Quarter Square Triangles.
I seriously cannot get over this beautiful throw size Meagan made. The dark background and light sashing strips are very striking together and l love how she quilted it.
Jacqui made such a dreamy quilt with these blues for her throw size. They really pop against the white background.
I love the blue pops of colour in this throw size version made by Debora, it catches my eye all the time.
Mahalia made this stunning throw size. The orange sashing strip is just divine and the small floral print is just perfection.
Kaitlin used two different colours for the square blocks and l just love how it completely transforms her twin size version.
Janet made a twin size Togetherness quilt combining a beautiful floral print for her sashing strips on a yellow background. It looks like sunshine.
These quilts were all brought to life in different yet beautiful ways, l cannot stop staring at them. Do you have a favourite amongst these quilts, print or solids or a combination of both! Thank you so much to my wonderful testers, your help was very much appreciated in helping the Togetherness quilt pattern come to life. Togetherness quilt pattern is available in my shop now! I cannot wait to see what you will make with it!
Hi there, l'm Lynett
l am the maker aka 'the little/big fairy' behind LynsAvenue. I am championed and supported by my two precious girls and awesome husband. I have an insane addiction to fabric and can happily spend all day in a fabric shop just ogling, touching and maybe(most likely) buying some. l only need a teensy bit of encouragement and l will shop up, ask my 8yr old and she will tell you that one word is enough to make mama buy fabric. I find so much joy in seeing new life breathed into these fabrics, turning them into some lovely modern makes to use in the home or gift to a special someone.