Friday, October 29, 2010

Lamour Duvet Cover

I feel like a leech when I take inspiration from others and their blogs, and never give it back. So I humble myself and share with you my Lamour pieced duvet cover. 
I wanted a duvet cover that would grace our master bed and look like more like a quilt than a comforter. I pieced a top using a panel, a charm pack, and a few yards of this Lamour fabric line from Moda that I fell in 'lamour' with:) I serged all the seams inside because I like it so much I want it to last forever!

I'm sharing it on the Blogger's Quilt Festival where many beautiful quilts are on cyber-display.


See my Etsy shop for more items I've created.

20 comments:

  1. It's beautiful! Love the center panel and all of those coordinating fabrics. Great job!

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  2. Congratulations, this is to quilt art:)

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  3. Hi, Its a very pretty quilt can't go wrong with a bit of Pink. Happy Stitching. chrisb

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  4. That was a great line of fabric and I like the way you combined it. How fun to have it as a duvet cover! Thanks for sharing your quilt's story :)

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  5. wow, that's a great cover, good job! maybe I should do something like this, I bought a duvet in Sydney years ago, and cannot find a cover for it in the appropriate size in Hungary... I never thought of making a quilt-like one, but it is a great idea!
    Kristina
    www.priscillacraft.blogspot.com

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  6. Love it, thx for sharing! Saw you at Friday Feature Page.

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  7. This is great! I like how you took the panel and made it into a duvet. It turned out beautifully. I also bought that panel (and fat quarter bundle, charm pack and yards of fabric) but have yet to use it. Love what you did with yours! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. I l*o*v*e how you made this panel into a duvet cover...I made it into a wall hanging...yours is gorgeous!

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  9. Lovely! I totally agree with your idea...a "quilty" duvet cover for those cold winter months! (I made an embroidered one years ago!)

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  10. It is wonderful! I love the colors.

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  11. What a love-ly quilt, very charming. Cute love birds. Thanks for sharing.
    Come see my 1890 antique schoolhouse quilt and
    black/white/pink scrappy miniature

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  12. Pretty.
    Good idea to serge the seams.

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  13. Lovely work. Thanks for sharing :-)

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  14. Lovely! Funny - lots of my favorites in the festival are Canadian or Norwegian. ; ) LOVE it!
    ~Monika
    sewing in Saskatoon

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  15. I like the heart leaves - they are very pretty!

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