Sarah’s Snowflake Latte Quilt

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Snowflake Latte Quilt on the APQS Millie Frame - QuiltedJoy.comSarah is WAY ahead of the game for 2010 Christmas quilts!  I love the combination of the churn dash and the snowball blocks. I think the churn dash is one of my all time favorite blocks.

Snowflake Latte Quilt with custom quilting by Angela Huffman - QuiltedJoy.com
Snowflake Latte Quilt - QuiltedJoy.com
Snowflake Latte Quilt with custom quilting by Angela Huffman - QuiltedJoy.com

She put a piping detail between each row of blocks which made my quilting a little harried at times. Trying to keep a massive hopping foot from colliding and hanging up on the piping is quite a challenge. But I love the way this quilt turned out.
Snowflake Latte Quilt with custom quilting by Angela Huffman - QuiltedJoy.com
Snowflake Latte Quilt with custom quilting by Angela Huffman - QuiltedJoy.comI had fun with my Intelliquilter as I modified the holly border to be continuous and turn the corner. I did the border without having to turn the quilter which saves Sarah money and me time. Win! Win!

Snowflake Latte Quilt with custom quilting by Angela Huffman - QuiltedJoy.com

There is a snoflake inside every churn dash and swirlies in the white portion of the churn dash.

The snowball blocks all have a curvy snowflake. It looks really great and I should have taken some photos of the backside for ‘ya. The backing is Christmas red and I used white thread on the top so the back looks awesome!

Snowflake Latte Quilt with custom quilting by Angela Huffman - QuiltedJoy.com

Up next? Leslie’s Blue Batik. Georgeous!

Blue Batik quilt on the APQS Millie Frame - QuiltedJoy.com

 

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