Bloom-Topia: A finished quilt top

Our Bloom-Topia charity quilt along journey began in January. Now it is July and we can look back at the fun we have had along the way. It feels wonderful to have participated in this effort! Many thanks to Fat Quarter Shop for hosting this annual event, which will benefit the Make-A-Wish foundation of central and south Texas. To date we have raised over $55,000, with Fat Quarter Shop and Moda Fabrics each matching up to $10,000. Here is my completed Bloom-Topia top:

As you know, I stitched my own version of Bloom-Topia using mostly prints from the Harvest Road collection by Lella Boutique for Moda. It was both challenging and rewarding to strike out on my own path. Once it was time to join the blocks, I deviated from the pattern layout just a bit. The navy was so dominant, that I moved the blocks around until that color seemed better balanced throughout the quilt.

The pattern calls for one neutral border, but I chose to add both an inner and outer border to my quilt top. Adding a navy outer border was the right finishing touch for my quilt.



The original Bloom-Topia quilt designed by Fat Quarter Shop features the Summer Sweet fabric collection by Sherri & Chelsi for Moda.  If you would like to make one just like the original, there is still time to purchase a Bloom-Topia kit in these luscious colors!


Thank you for following along as I shared my Bloom-Topia blocks each month. Sampler quilts are so much fun!




Important Links:

Fat Quarter Shop: Release 1Release 2Release 3Release 4Release 5Release 6Release 7Release 8Release 9Release 10, Release 11

Purchase a kit: Bloom-Topia kit
Purchase a backing set: Backing set kit
Jolly Jabber landing page: Bloom-Topia Quilt Along
Donation page: Make-A-Wish




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