A Second Fanfare Quilt

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As you know, I just made a quilt for my cousin Susan’s baby out of some lovely Fanfare flannels from Cloud 9.  Because of the pieces required for the pattern, I needed to size up a lot of the yardage I bought.  This gave me a fair amount of leftover flannel with no home.  My solution?  Make a second blanket.  This one uses no pattern, just improvisational piecing.

Improv Fanfare Quilt

Improv Fanfare Closeup

Backing and binding for this quilt are in aqua Painters Canvas by Laura Gunn for Michael Miller.  The quilting for this project is simple straight lines, stitch-in-the-ditch, with varied spacing.

Improv Fanfare Closeup with Backing

Overall, I’m very happy with how this quilt came out.  No kid to give it to yet, but I love it.

4 thoughts on “A Second Fanfare Quilt”

  1. Andrea, I love it! You did an amazing job and I love all the prints you used. I wish I had the patience to quilt because this would be a great way to use up all the flannel I own. 🙂

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