Dec 17 2016

Jennifer Paganelli Good Company Quilt

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Jennifer Paganelli Good Company Quilt

This was a quilt which I did for fun because I loved the fabric. I actually finished it last year but only got around to posting pictures now because I thought it might be a gift and didn’t want to ruin the surprise. But it has long since found it’s happy home, so I’m free to post!

Jennifer Paganelli Good Company strips 

The fabric line is Good Company by Jennifer Paganelli. I’m a huge fan of her prints. The fabric is delightfully soft and would probably drape nicely. I would love to make a dress out of one of her fabrics at some point although I think this particularly line is out of print now. 🙁

These were actually part of a wide jelly roll — each strip was 6” wide by width of fabric.

Jennifer Paganelli Good Company strips

I then cut each strip into thirds. Probably about 14 inches long each.

Jennifer Paganelli Good Company Quilt

Put them in columns and rows and there you have it.

Jennifer Paganelli Good Company Quilt

Jennifer Paganelli Good Company Quilt

I had fun with the quilting and used the designs as inspiration, but also going for a sort of whimsical look. You can really see the quilting by looking at the back where I of course used minky because it feels so cuddly but also because I knew it would show off the quilting nicely:

Jennifer Paganelli Good Company Quilt

Jennifer Paganelli Good Company Quilt

Jennifer Paganelli Good Company Quilt

For the binding I used some green and white striped fabric from a different Jennifer Paganelli line (can’t remember which one though). I think it compliments the prints, adds interest and ties it all together.

Jennifer Paganelli Good Company Quilt

I love how it turned out. I thought it might be a baby gift, but then the person I was thinking of giving it to had a boy so I had to change gear for them. I thought I might keep it for myself but we’re amassing quite a collection of quilts. When my mom came to visit, she saw it and loved it and now it lives with her (and I still get to use it when I visit 🙂 ).

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