Tuesday, May 19, 2020

A Quilt Of Tranquility By Riley Blake Designs

I think we all need a break from "the virus" and some "Tranquility" by Riley Blake Designs 
is a perfect way to find some peace. Their new fabric collection by Gerri Robinson of 
Planted Seed Designs fills the need for sure. The fabrics are gorgeous!


The fabrics are 100 percent cotton and are perfect for clothing, home decor, or other projects.


"Tranquility Garden" measures 50" x 50"


The wagon wheel left by the previous owner of our new house makes a fun prop for quilts!




Quilting was by Ginger Turner of Sew Sassy Longarm


Riley Blake Designs basic Confetti Cotton Solid Steel was the perfect gray.



You can find "Tranquilty Garden" HERE.

Making the Dresden in the center was so easy because I used Crafter's Edge fabric die, 
Rounded Dresden. It easily cuts up to six petals at a time and comes in two sizes. Love it!




The oldest Monkey Boy was "The Crew" this time. Silly boy is barefoot standing on rocks. Ouch!



 For more "Tranquility" projects in this blog tour, check out these blogs:

5/19 - Carol - Just Let Me Quilt (this is me)
5/26 - Sarah - Piccolo Studio

Be sure to visit the "It's Cool To Be Square" blog hoppers today.
So much inspiration!



Thank you for stopping by!

13 comments:

Rebecca Smith said...

Those colors are so relaxing anyhow and the grey makes it look like a dream!

Carol said...

Love those blues! I've always thought a blue and white quilt would be lovely. I sure do like yours!

Annie said...

Oh yes, I love those colors! Great little quilt, Carol.

Vicki in MN said...

Very pretty and calming.

Daryl @ Patchouli Moon Studio said...

Love the quilt and the wagon wheel is cool. I want a wagon wheel too, lol. But I do have that same obelisk (just one, you have 3).

dq said...

Hello Carol. I am a huge fan of Riley Blake fabrics as well as blues. They are scrumptious! The dresdon design in the middle is so pretty in those fabrics - LOVE IT!

dq said...

I know, I am back. After revisiting your blog I noticed that it is a double dresdon. I just cannot get over how pretty it is. I also favor the final outside border of squares floating in white.

For the love of geese said...

What a beautiful collection of blues. Your quilt is awesome. How did I miss your blog hop? I am subscribed but sometimes they go to spam. Next one.

Rosemary B❤️ said...

Your monkeys are getting so big. They do grow fast
I am happy that your biggest one got to display your lovely quilt! This is sweet fabric and I love double dresdens!!

Susan said...

These fabrics have me "singing the blues.":-)

Susan said...

Beautiful fabrics, just the kind I like! It's great to see your wonderful finish with glimpses of your new backyard. I'm so jealous - you have lantana! It will grow here, but doesn't survive the winter. In AZ, it grows year-round, and covers whatever you want covered. LOL It's probably my favorite flower.

Emily said...

Love the look of the rounded Dresden!

Kathleen said...

Beautiful quilt and definitely a calm one..