Highway 10 Designs

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Quilts made with Highway 10 Designs Patterns.

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Cassiopeia

I wanted to make a summery version of our City Slicker pattern and chose the Gemstones Cassiopia from Cantik Batiks. I also added a light batik from my stash for the background. I wanted to custom quilt this one and come up with some new designs. I decided on a leafy feather with a diamond lattice in the prints. I also stitched in the ditch around all the background edges but not between the seams in the prints, I didn’t want to break up the diamond pattern. One thing I did differently than…

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Cassiopeia

I wanted to make a summery version of our City Slicker pattern and chose the Gemstones Cassiopia from Cantik Batiks. I also added a light batik from my stash for the background. I wanted to custom quilt this one and come up with some new designs. I decided on a leafy feather with a diamond lattice in the prints. I also stitched in the ditch around all the background edges but not between the seams in the prints, I didn’t want to break up the diamond pattern. One thing I did differently than…

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City Slicker #5

This is Lynn’s City Slicker quilt which is one of our Highway 10 Designs patterns. She used the Key Lime Bali Pop and a light green batik background. Lynn requested her favorite pantograph, Bayside and Quilters Dream Blend batting. I also used a light green So Fine thread. This is my last quilt for June and I’m looking forward to my two month summer break. I have already been playing with some fabric dyeing and have a few personal projects that I’ll be sharing over the summer.

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City Slicker #5

This is Lynn’s City Slicker quilt which is one of our Highway 10 Designs patterns. She used the Key Lime Bali Pop and a light green batik background. Lynn requested her favorite pantograph, Bayside and Quilters Dream Blend batting. I also used a light green So Fine thread. This is my last quilt for June and I’m looking forward to my two month summer break. I have already been playing with some fabric dyeing and have a few personal projects that I’ll be sharing over the summer.

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City Slicker #6

This is Sandra’s City Slicker and I love the shades of purple in the Urbana Bali Pop she used. The background is a light grey cotton, not batik, and mixing the two works well in this pattern. Sometimes cottons and batiks do not play nice together because the have a different amount of stretch to the grain. But I find as long as the pieces are cut short enough there is rarely an issue. I chose Tickle for the pantograph, medium grey So Fine thread and Quilters Dream Blend batting. It was too…

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City Slicker #6

This is Sandra’s City Slicker and I love the shades of purple in the Urbana Bali Pop she used. The background is a light grey cotton, not batik, and mixing the two works well in this pattern. Sometimes cottons and batiks do not play nice together because the have a different amount of stretch to the grain. But I find as long as the pieces are cut short enough there is rarely an issue. I chose Tickle for the pantograph, medium grey So Fine thread and Quilters Dream Blend batting. It was too…

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City Slicker #9

This is Blanche’s City Slicker quilt and she used a batik jelly roll with a beige Stonehenge for the background. I picked Plush for the pantograph, light beige So Fine thread and Quilters Dream Blend batting. The Northern Lights made a brief appearance around 11:30pm last night when there was a break in the clouds. I managed to get a few pictures before the clouds moved in again.

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City Slicker #10

This is Sherron’s City Slicker quilt and she used a Lucien jelly roll from the L’s Modern Basic collection along with a white background fabric. I used the Water Wing pantograph, white So Fine thread and Quilters Dream Blend batting. The Northern Lights were active again for a short time last night and the sky was clear. It was –30’c so I didn’t stay out long.

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City Slicker #10

This is Sherron’s City Slicker quilt and she used a Lucien jelly roll from the L’s Modern Basic collection along with a white background fabric. I used the Water Wing pantograph, white So Fine thread and Quilters Dream Blend batting. The Northern Lights were active again for a short time last night and the sky was clear. It was –30’c so I didn’t stay out long.

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Scrappy City Slicker

I have been working on my Highway 10 Designs City Slicker quilt for a while now using my left over 2 1/2” batik strips from jelly rolls I didn’t use in projects. The light background is also batik scraps and it was a great way to use up ends of yardage in my stash of fabrics I really liked. I quilted it with Allium pantograph and used Quilters Dream Blend batting. I went for a drive up to Clearwater Lake to take pictures yesterday, it is about 40km drive on an icy gravel road so not…

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City Slicker #2

This is Sheri’s City Slicker quilt and it is the second one she has made. This time she used a jelly roll from a Moda line called Little Black Dresss and a light Grunge for the background, it looks fabulous. This was the same fabric that Road 17 N used for their City Slicker sample and has kits made up if you’re interested! We finally have above freezing temperatues so the snow on the lake is melting like crazy. I froze again last night so I was able to run out there this morning to get a…

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City Slicker #2

This is Sheri’s City Slicker quilt and it is the second one she has made. This time she used a jelly roll from a Moda line called Little Black Dresss and a light Grunge for the background, it looks fabulous. This was the same fabric that Road 17 N used for their City Slicker sample and has kits made up if you’re interested! We finally have above freezing temperatues so the snow on the lake is melting like crazy. I froze again last night so I was able to run out there this morning to get a…

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City Slicker–Pattern Number 7

Lori and I are very happy to announce we have published our seventh pattern for Highway 10 Designs, introducing City Slicker! This is our first Jelly Roll friendly pattern and it can be made in two sizes depending on how many strips your jelly roll contains. The PDF version is now available in our Etsy shop here and the paper version will be available in a couple of weeks. We had a lot of fun with this pattern and at our retreat in Swan River a few weeks ago we had a “Name our Quilt’…

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City Slicker–Pattern Number 7

Lori and I are very happy to announce we have published our seventh pattern for Highway 10 Designs, introducing City Slicker! This is our first Jelly Roll friendly pattern and it can be made in two sizes depending on how many strips your jelly roll contains. The PDF version is now available in our Etsy shop here and the paper version will be available in a couple of weeks. We had a lot of fun with this pattern and at our retreat in Swan River a few weeks ago we had a “Name our Quilt’…

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City Slicker–Pattern Number 7

Lori and I are very happy to announce we have published our seventh pattern for Highway 10 Designs, introducing City Slicker! This is our first Jelly Roll friendly pattern and it can be made in two sizes depending on how many strips your jelly roll contains. The PDF version is now available in our Etsy shop here and the paper version will be available in a couple of weeks. We had a lot of fun with this pattern and at our retreat in Swan River a few weeks ago we had a “Name our Quilt’…

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City Slicker–Pattern Number 7

Lori and I are very happy to announce we have published our seventh pattern for Highway 10 Designs, introducing City Slicker! This is our first Jelly Roll friendly pattern and it can be made in two sizes depending on how many strips your jelly roll contains. The PDF version is now available in our Etsy shop here and the paper version will be available in a couple of weeks. We had a lot of fun with this pattern and at our retreat in Swan River a few weeks ago we had a “Name our Quilt’…