Pixie medallion quilt, quilt along progress: adding the first border. With Art gallery Fabrics
Pixie Medallion Quilt Along, Work in progress

Pixie Progress: Snowballs!

Here we are in December of out Pixie Medallion Quilt Along! If you are just joining in, all the posts for the QAL are Here. You can go directly to the first post with all the details and schedule, Here.

I am having a lot of fun working on my little snowball blocks that make up first border around the center star. I decided to make all of my blocks in blue and pink, but use a variety of prints in those colors.
Pixie medallion quilt, quilt along progress: adding the first border. With Art gallery Fabrics

These little blocks are really easy to make, (check out how you can pieces them fast by starting with strips, here). I guess I am easily amused, but it really is satisfying just to spend time doing some basic piecing with really pretty fabric (-:

My fabrics for this quilt come from my stash of Art Gallery Fabrics. The original inspiration was the Avante Garde collection by Katarina Roccella. The bright colors and geometric prints are some of my all-time favorites.

Wouldn’t they even be cute as a quilt all by themselves? Of course, knowing me, I’m thinking about circles. How about a whole quilt of little four patch circles?

All that’s left is to sew these cuties into four nice little rows and attach them to my medallion star.

Pixie medallion quilt, quilt along progress: adding the first border. With Art gallery Fabrics

It’s so close! I cannot wait to see these all sewn on. I’ll be back soon to show you.

Be sure and share your progress on the Pixie Medallion. Use #greatpixieqal on instagram and tag me (@colorgirlquilts) and my cohost @thenextstitch . Happy sewing!

Sharon

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2 thoughts on “Pixie Progress: Snowballs!

  1. Carol Debbout says:

    Your choice of colors is awesome! What is the large floral fabric in the corners and half square triangles of the medallion?

    1. Sharon says:

      Thanks, Carol! that fabric is a print from the Avante Garde collection from Art Gallery Fabrics

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