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Innocent Until Proven Quilty

by Tina Garceau
(Philadelphia, PA)

This quilt (my first) is a gift for my niece K. I wanted to create a one of a kind piece that was cheery, with bold patterns, and no pastel colors. Since the sex of the baby was unknown, I chose orange and green as the dominate colors.


The quilt is a small version of Amy Butler's Brick Path Quilt. It measures 35" x 42" and features fabrics from Michael Miller, Amy Butler, Denyse Schmidt, Park Slope, and Prints Charming. In order to visualize the arrangement of pattern and color, I scanned the fabric and created thumbnail sketches to scale on my computer. It was machine quilted over the course of a few afternoons.

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quilt question
by: Tina

The finished squares are 3"x7".
3 1/2" x 7 1/2" with a 1/4" allowance.

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LOVE IT!
by: Anonymous

I love it! I am going to make one! What are the dimensions of the individual strips?

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Love it!
by: Anonymous

Gorgeous colours! So lively.

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nice
by: lej619

very nice

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Beautiful
by: Anonymous

What a beautiful quilt. Your niece is very lucky, and will treasure this forever.

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I love it!
by: Hugh Jass

I wish I was getting it.

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nice job
by: Anonymous

Very nice!! Love the bright colors!

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