Frozen…

As you are proably aware,  Frozen is a big hit here amongst the

younger kids.  My niece has jumped on the bandwagon too.

Frozenquilt

Although this isn’t for my niece, I am hoping that some young lady

will beg her parents for it. The youth group at my Church is having a

silent auction at the end of the month. What other item would

I put into an auction than a quilt?

The panel was purchased at Fabricland. I know that is a bad word

amongst quilters but it was the only place I saw one. Fabricland even

supplied a pattern for you to follow to make the quilt.

I changed it a little because I didn’t have a lot of time to make it.

I added the white border, as one solid piece and the outer blue border.

The blue fabric also matches the panel and was purchased at Fabricland

as well.

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In the white border, I used some thin silver fabric, again purchased at Fabricland.

Because it was so thin and flimsy, I added Steam A Seam to the back of it, by

ironing it on. Then all I had to do was cut it out and iron it onto the border.

I later stitched around each snowflake with a silver zigzag stitch. I even stitched

this on my longarm because it drives me crazy to do it on my domestic machine.

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As you can see,  I also switched up the snowflakes and stitched some in a dark

grey thread. I did try the silver metallic thread but ran into tension issues.

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In the inner burgundy border, I thought that swirls would be good, as  a

reminder fo the cold wind that blows in the winter time. I am glad that

is over right now.

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In the outer blue border, I followed the design of the print. I really

couldn’t think of what to stitch in that space so I went with the print.

 

 

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In the center of the panel, I merely followed the pattern itself.

That was actually fun to do.  I even stitched in the braids for the girl

on the right. I know their names are Anna and Olga but I don’t know

which one is which.

There was a pink and white flannel for the back.

I used a variety of threads too. Polyester, Glide, and Metro threads were

all used. Some young lady is going to go home happy at the end of the

auction.

Have a great week.

 

4 thoughts on “Frozen…

  1. Esther Aliu says:

    It sure is a craze, I don’t have any young children around me but even I am aware of it, so that’s saying something! I think making an heirloom version of this craze into a quilt is the nicest thing and I hope someone bids highly on it, I think its gorgeous and will make some little girl SO happy. What a blessing.

  2. pennyguglie says:

    I have made way too many Frozen quilts and I am still not through, but none of mine compare in beauty to yours. I haven’t even blogged about one quilt made with this panel, 2 Olafs and a medley quilt. One grandmother wanted one for each of her grandchildren because I hated them so much by the time I finished.

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