Did you make one too?

Susan sent me this photo of a top she made using Bali-pops based on my tutorial here! Isn't it great!?? Susan said "The pattern was so easy and fun". Thanks Susan, your quilt is wonderful.

A little while later after TLC wrote her comment:
Here is one in "sherbert" over at TLC Stitches. Super cute!!

8 comments:

TLC said...

I made one using your tutorial too! So many people loved my quilt and asked about the pattern. I pointed them all to your website!

Here is the address for the post that shows my bali pop quilt top.

http://tlcstitches.blogspot.com/2008/09/my-retreat.html

4th picture down in the post.

Jackie Russell said...

Love this top! I haven't been able to do mine yet, hopefully after the first of the year.

Susan said...

Thanks for posting the photo of my quilt. I love the one that TLC Stitches made in Sherbet! It's gorgeous! I'll have to get the Sherbet Bali Pops and make one of those too!

2ndAvenueStudio-Rachel said...

This was my first tutorial and I am so happy people tried it. So flattered really! Next I am going to try it with a jelly roll or fat quarter bundle and update the pattern tutorial.

kerri said...

Rachel, i saw your tutorial 2 weeks ago for the Bali pop and finally purchased one to try your pattern ,AND now I can't access your blog with the actual tutorial. Is is possible for you to e-mail it to me, or post the instructions again. It was so clear and concise, I'm sure I could follow it through. thanks so much

2ndAvenueStudio-Rachel said...

http://2ndavenuestudio.blogspot.com/2008/05/bali-pop-tutorial.html
I changed the name of the blog to include the word Avenue spelled out. I was going to go to a domain but whoa... not how I want to spend my time.

Ginny said...

Rachel,
I made one too! This was such an easy pattern yet so pretty! I made mine king size for my Dad, I used both sherbert and mulberrry. I loved it so much that it is the picture at the top of my blog, I also did a post about it linking back to yours.

http://ginnysquilts.blogspot.com/2008_09_01_archive.html
(actually, there are three posts!)

Thank you for this pattern.
Ginny
www.ginnysquilts.blogspot.com

2ndAvenueStudio-Rachel said...

oh, my gosh! Ginny that looks great!
I am so pleased you found the tutorial easy... and your quilt turned out great!!!
Rachel