Forest Floor Blog Tour!

Hi, Friends!  I am so excited that today is my turn on The Forest Floor Blog Tour!  I am in love with this line by Bonnie Christine from Art Gallery Fabrics.

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I have adored these prints since I first glimpsed them, and I immediately began designing this quilt.  These hexagons are paper pieced and there are no Y seams (hooray!).


I used prints from another of Bonnie Christine’s lines, Hello, Bear as the neutrals.  Don’t they work well together? So soft and woodsy!

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I had so much fun making this quilt!  I named it Eowyn (side note: in my post-giving birth haze, I wanted to use “Eowyn” as my daughter’s middle name.  My husband intervened.  The romantic/nerd part of me slightly regrets caving, but the sensible part of me recognizes it was probably the best choice.)  I’ve decided to sell the pattern, and it is available on my Patterns page.

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And to celebrate a new pattern, I will be hosting a GIVEAWAY!  Choosing just four prints was really hard!  But I will shipping these four fat quarters to one lucky winner!


To enter, head on over to Instagram and follow me (@mycrowdednest), then comment on the above image with what you would make. Tag a friend for an extra entry.  I will be drawing next Friday, July 1st, so get your entries in!  Shipping to US is included in the giveaway.

If you are interested in purchasing any of these fabrics, my favorite quilt shop carries all of the prints in the line, including the knits and canvas!

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Be sure to check out the beautiful skirt yesterday on Little Lizard King and on Monday, visit Skirt Fixation to see what Audrey makes! Click the picture above for the full line-up.

Thanks for stopping by!


6 thoughts on “Forest Floor Blog Tour!

  1. I love hexies and this quilt is just swoon worthy! It looks just beautiful in these fabrics! I love the name – Eowyn is totally cool and I am glad you got to use it for your quilt! Megan xx


  2. This quilt is so beautiful! I really love how you play with the different fabrics to create this dark/light effect! Great job! Nice to be part of this fabulous and inspiring blog tour! Alex @alextilalila


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