Finished Scattered Quilt! My Modern Quilt Entry In Blogger’s Quilt Festival

I did it! I finished my “Scattered” Quilt in time to enter it into Blogger’s Quilt Festival. This was no easy feat with a seven week old baby plus two older kids.

Scattered Quilt. Pieced and quilted by Anita LaHay. Designed by Allison Harris.

This quilt measures 60 x 72 inches. Fabric for the triangles is “Barcelona” by Zen Chic for Moda.

I plan to put this quilt on my son’s quilt. I think it will transition well into the tween and teen years.

I used a chartreuse green solid on the back and a bright orange solid for the binding. All threads used for piecing, quilting and binding are Aurifil 50 weight threads. I used a green thread on the back (in the bobbin), a grey thread on the front and an orange for the hand sewn binding.

A Happy Halloween Finish!

I have wanted to sew this quilt since the book “Modern Quilts From the Blogging Universe” came out in 2012. I’m glad I waited though because the Barcelona fabric line was not out yet at that time and I think it’s perfect for this quilt. This quilt is designed by Allison Harris of Cluck Cluck Sew and it is the last quilt in the book. I am so happy to have achieved my goal of sewing this fantastic modern quilt!

Thank you for visiting my blog and checking out my quilt. To see more quilts and vote for viewers choice please click click the Blogger’s Quilt Festival Button on the right side of your screen in my button bar. There are so many fantastic quilts linked up over there! 🙂


  1. Your quilt is gorgeous! Kudos to you for sewing with little ones! Your son will love it forever I'm sure. I love your choice of green and orange to finish it!

  2. There is absolutely nothing in this quilt that I don't LOVE!! The triangles, the focal fabrics the gray, the chartreuse, the ORANGE binding! You must be sooooo happy to have made this!

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