cascade quilt blog hop

cascades quilt top blog hop halloween quilt

Above is my finished Cascade quilt. Fabric is Lizzy House, Guising. This is the one that started it all! Below are my two ‘new’ Cascade quilt tops that I haven’t had time to quilt yet. Left : Flea Market Fancy / Right: Katie Jump Rope and an extra DS Quilts fabric/ Kona in Natural for both background fabrics.

cascades quilt top duel photo for blog hop

Today the Cascade Quilt blog hop comes to a close. My favorite part of this ‘hop’ has been seeing how different each participants quilt has looked even though we all used the same pattern. Each person made the quilt their own and I love that! I would love to see what your Cascade quilt looks like. You can get the pattern HERE!

Leave a comment below to win a copy of the pattern. I’ll randomly pick a winner in the next few days!

Here are some pictures from the other blog hops:

cascade quilt blog hop alex cascade quilt blog hop amber cascade quilt blog hop courtney cascade quilt blog hop di cascade quilt blog hop heather cascade quilt blog hop jenny cascade quilt blog hop mary Trina's quilt cascade

Can you match each quilt to their owners? Use the helpful links below!

Cascade Quilt Blog Hop Schedule

Oct 26 – Trina @ www.trinapeterson.com

Oct 27 – Alex @ www.sewcutebyalex.blogspot.com

Oct 28 – Diane @ www.randomthoughtsdoordi.com

Oct 29 – Jenny Mae @ www.ohjennymae.com

Oct 30 – Courtney @ www.monpetitlyons.blogspot.com

Oct 31 – Heather @ www.quiltsinthequeue.com

Nov 1 – Mary @ www.fairlymerry.blogspot.com

Nov 3 – Susannah Kate @ www.susannahkate.com

Also, please visit Amber @ www.olivegypsy.wordpress.com . She has written a great post about the Cascade quilt pattern and has such cute pictures!

We are all “Instagrammers” and have a wonderful feed under the hashtag #cascadequilt . You will find more wonderful examples of the Cascade quilt including a beautiful one made with all solids! Include your own Cascade quilt – We’d all love to see it!

Creating a quilt top pattern has been an amazing experience. It’s such a tedious, challenging process. It’s also a little scary (What if no one understands my instructions? OR What if it’s ugly when it’s all said and done?) . More than those things, though, the end is a feeling of accomplishment and it has brought me closer with this special community of quilters which is really the point of all of this, right!?

xoxo, Susannah Kate

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3 thoughts on “cascade quilt blog hop

  1. Kimberlee

    I enjoyed this blog hop & I like that this quilt isn’t overwhelming for a beginner quilter like me & that I can use my stash easily to create it. I love fat quarters, so that makes this quilt even more appealing.

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