Hungarian Posies Is Finished…

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Hungarian Posies Is Finished…


It all started with this block that I submitted to Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, I called the block Hungarian Posies because it was inspired by a photo of Hungarian embroidery on the cuff of a young girl’s sleeve. I’ve tried to find that photo but sadly I cannot. The block was accepted by Quiltmaker and was included in Volume 14 in the fall of 2016.


When you submit a block to Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks, you don’t get it back. So I decided to make a quilt with my own blocks. For both the block I submitted and my quilt, I used fabrics from Bonnie & Camille’s Little Ruby line. For my quilt I changed up the palette slightly using a coral instead of a second red fabric. I also used a solid white from Moda. The sashing repeats the green center of the blocks with the same green gabric featured as cornerstones.


The back and binding are also from Bonnie & Camille. I love that green so much. I also love this quilt so much because it is really the first quilt that I fully designed myself. The quilt was quilted with Aurifil 50 wt white, which I think is my favorite and most used Aurifil. The quilting is just a simple meander. And OH!!! That binding!

7 thoughts on “Hungarian Posies Is Finished…

  1. Lisa

    It’s a very clever block and looks wonderful in your quilt. The Bonnie and Camille fabrics suit it well.

  2. Lori Smanski

    this is so pretty. I love seeing what others do with blocks from the 100 Blocks magazine

  3. Tish

    This is so pretty! Love the Bonnie and Camille prints you used.

  4. Alison

    This is gorgeous! 🙂 🙂 🙂

  5. Created by Bella


  6. Patti Gramling

    Just lovely! I especially like your color choices. The coral, green and red are so striking. The block is interesting but put together as a quilt it is stunning!

  7. Inspired by Stephanie – Created by Bella

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