Week 6 - Wake Me Up Quilt Sew Along

Dec 20, 2021 - 8:19pm

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Wake Me Up Quilt Sew-Along Week 6

Welcome to Week 6 of the Wake Me Up sew-along.

There wasn't suppose to be a week 6 but because we now have prizes there is!

If you have just joined the SAL… well friend… better late than never I suppose! Be sure to grab the pattern, read up on all the details and choose your fabrics soon so you can catch up and join in the fun!

There is also a Facebook Group for those of you that would like a little more interaction! This group will continue for future sew-alongs, Yay!

Before announcing the two winners I wanted to share some photos of your finished quilt tops. There were so many delicious fabric combinations, so if you want to be inspired, check out the hashtag #wakemeupsal on instagram.

This first group of quilts I am calling the Originals! Quilts made using similar colours to my first quilt, which I must say is still my favourite I think.

Check out these hotties, all using gorgeous warm colours with pops of other colours for contrast!

I never thought to use pretty florals with the Wake Me Up Quilt but this group sure shows you it's possible. How pretty are these!

I'm a big fan of this group, because I am a lover of green. I really like how different these all look and the pops of red and orange just make them sing.

I think this grouping shows how by changing the colour placement you can end up with circles as the feature or the crosses. I especially love the one in the middle that doesn't even look like the same quilt!

This last group is where all the colours come together. How fun is the quilt using big florals and I even like the quilts using purple......purple is my least favourite colour!!

Now on to the winners!

The winner of the $100 gift voucher from The Quilt Shop is, Sally @sallyopthoog

I love the way Sally has only used four colours and they are all solids. So stunning.

The winner of the $50 gift voucher to Millrose Cottage is Mardi @simply_mardi

I love this quilt for the subtle use of low volumes and contrasting red and black. Such a beautiful quilt.

Wow, aren't all the quilts fabulous! I have enjoyed running my first sew-along so so much and it's all thanks to you!

Thank you so much for joining in, taking the time to comment on each others photos and sharing your own. I feel like we have created a lovely little community and I hope it continues.

Stay safe and stay tuned, there might be some more sew-alongs in the future!

Emma x

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