Stack of Dreams Quilt and a Giveaway

Stack of Dreams

It’s finished! I feel a bit bad, as this quilt has been sitting and waiting for it’s binding for a few weeks now. I knew I wanted a specific pink (Kona Carnation) but the kids were sick so I couldn’t get to my LQS until today. I’m happy I waited though, rather than using something else I had on hand, because I sure do love how it turned out.

Stack of Dreams Draped

Last July I scored a layer cake of Dream On by Urban Chiks on eBay (Buy it Now – I’m not good at auctions). This line will be available in yardage this fall…probably any week now. They’ve recreated vintage sheets. I love this line because I don’t have to collect a lot of sheets to get a mix-and-match feeling of prints.

Stack of Dreams Detail

I think the wide stacks is a perfect design to show off the prints. The sashing is Kona Ash, a new favorite for sure! I quilted this one with straight horizontal lines, between 3/4″ and 1-1/4″ apart from each other. The coins are also varying heights, so I think the quilting works with it.

Stack of Dreams Back

For the backing I used a light Kona pink…it was a scrap so I’m not entirely sure the color. And then the bottom is Kona white, which really makes the prints pop.

The final quilt measures 40″ x 46″ and will be listed in the shop soon! Perfect crib size for a little girl.

And now for the giveaway! I have a lot of strips leftover. I’m not sure why I thought I’d need the entire layer cake cut up, but I did! So I’m giving them away. πŸ™‚ If you would like to win them to make your own Stack of Dreams coin quilt, simply leave a comment below. I’ll be selecting a winner Monday morning (Oct 4th). Good luck everyone!

** Update ** selected a winner for me this morning – it’s Cara @ Me? A Mom?! I’m sure this will become something beautiful for those girls of yours Cara. I’ll be contacting you for your address – enjoy!


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    Kristen says

    Oh, how I’d love some scraps. I’ve been drooling over the layer cakes and charm parks of Dream On, but the fabric budget is a little tight this month.

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    Rachel O. says

    I love the look of all the prints! I too wish I could do a vintage sheet quilt but have no idea how to go about acquiring enough different patterns to do so. Winning your scraps would solve my problem *wink wink*

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    Would LOVE to win this. My mom said something recently about making so much stuff for swaps and not really having made anything for myself or my family . . . and I would LOVE to make a quilt very similar to yours as a “just because I love you” gift for the mom who has made me so much!

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    I have been trying to resist buying Dream On, but seeing it with the Ash just sealed the deal. I must have some! Your quilt is beautiful!

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    Barbara says

    Beautiful quilt (as usual)! This fabric is so pretty and girly – I love it. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    PaulaK says

    What a sweet quilt – your wait the for the perfect binding was worth it! Thaks for the opportunity to win!

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    bruinbr says

    Beautiful quilt and I love the name! The straight line quilting is perfect as well! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    This is such a beautiful quilt! I love how you used the Kona Ash with it and LOVE the pink binding. I’ve done a couple mini’s using a solid Kona and I really love the look. I would be so excited to get your ‘dreamy’ leftovers!!! πŸ™‚

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    I just saw your quilt on FLICKR and had to come here and read more about it. I LOVE IT! I never would have thought to use Ash with those prints but it is just beautiful. I’d love your leftover fabric strips!

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    Lovely quilt!! Kona Ash match perfectly with these fabrics. This new collection by Urban Chicks is a dream. Thanks for sharing with us tour scraps they’re a treasure
    Fingers crossed! πŸ˜€

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    What a beautiful quilt! You did a wonderful job (I really like the pink on the backing; it’s very cohesive with the DO fabrics and the Kona Carnation)

    I love the Dream On fabrics. They’re colorful and feel so vintage without being stuffy. <3

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    Johanna says

    It looks so dreamy! And I would love to win your scraps to start something on my own, thank you for the chance!

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    Heather says

    Oh what a great giveaway! I love that fabric. Your quilt is great, and I love kona ash too. Almost as much as kona coal…

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    Looking at the back of your quilt, Faith, I think your scraps would make a great brick road-ish quilt, separated by a soft solid. Dial me in for this giveaway!

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    Dianne says

    Your quilt is just beautiful. I’d LOVE to make something with those fabrics for my little girl! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    that is a beautiful quilt! i love what you did with the simple horizontal quilting lines. it really makes the pattern stand out.

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    val miller says

    great quilt! the more I see dream on, the more I love it! I am NOT buying fabric right now (I have to keep telling myself this over and over and over) – so I would love a chance to win!!

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    megan says

    gorgeous quilt. The horizontal quilting lines are perfect! Would love to make my own “dream-y” quilt!

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    Mimi says

    Your quilt turned out beautifully – I love the fabric and the stripes are awesome! Thanks for a chance to win those extra strips – maybe a table runner would be something that I would make if I won (hint, hint)

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    Miss Mew says

    Thanks for your giveaway… are you sure you wouldn’t want to use the strips to make a pillow to match the quilt? I am learning to quilt so my supplies are few and this would be very nice to win!!

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    Mitzi says

    I am trying to finish up my current quilt in order to start something with the Dream On fabric. It’s so fresh and pretty. Great giveaway and your quilt is beautiful.

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    Well, to get a stack of strips here in Brazil (where it’s so hard to find all these sweet prints you guys got abroad), would really be a dream come true! Congrats on your work!!

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    That binding is the PERFECT pink, so I think you were right to wait until you could get your hands on it! And the quilt shows of the fabrics beautifully. I have a serious collection of vintage sheets, and I’d love to add some “Dream On” to the pile. πŸ˜‰

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    You were smart to wait for just the right binding. The pink looks great. Another advantage of the new reproduction vintage sheet fabrics is that they are 100% cotton, rather than poly/cotton with an unknown history. Honestly, I initially thought your quilt was made of vintage sheets.

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    I had a chance to buy some of this at Spring Market, and sadly I passed…. The shop I work for isn’t ordering any so I’d love to win these!!!!

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    Linda says

    What a pretty quilt. I agree, the fabrics does look like vintage quilts. I would love to take part in your Giveaway – I love using strips to make quilts!

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    Kimberly L.C. says

    This would be a great giveaway to win! This is one of my favorite lines of fabric, well, ever! Please pick me!

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    Mkate says

    I’ve been dreaming up a quilt for a friend this week. I thought about doing a stacked coins design with creamy white corduroy sashing. I really like the wide horizontal quilting you’ve done and may just have to go with it too!

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    Kelli says

    Love this quilt!! Your quilting work really showcases the great fabrics!!! I love vintage sheets as well and have really wanted to get some of this fabric!!

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    Netta says

    Love this fabric. I could so make a little quilt with your scraps. Thanks for sharing. That Kona ash really sets off the florals. Love it!

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    Holly Elder says

    I would LOVE to make my own Stack of Dreams coin quilt! Yours is AWESOME and looks sooooo comfy…..Thanks for the chance!

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    I love these fabrics – they’re almost like vintage sheets but with a modern twist. Thanks for the chance to win!

    anna (dot) seckman (AT) gmail (dot) com

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    Ellen Ban says

    The quilt is beautiful! Love the gey and pink with it. I’ve been trying to figure out what color of Kona goes best with this line.

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    Liza says

    I would love to win the scraps. Please! I have amassed quite a collection of strips from other projects, so I’ve got all the makings for a new string quilt…but, I could use more!

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    Tamie says

    I would love to take those scraps off your hands. My most recent quilt was a stacked coin and now I have an idea for a variation. This would be a great start.

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    Anne says

    Oooohh love your new quilt and the fabbie toooo. I love scraps and would love to make a coin quilt tooooo. Thank you for sharing.

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    Christ says

    Your quilt is lovely. I am a college student and would love to win this to make a quilt for a gift for my parents. Thanks!

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    Michelle says

    I think it’s so funny how many people will respond to something where the words “free” or “giveaway” are found! πŸ™‚ I just posted something free on Craigslist yesterday and laughed at the number of responses I received. I’m thinking giving it to the man from Africa who is helping to build a new school in Africa (and is taking all the leftover unused building materials and clean-up materials he can find) was a good idea! Anyway, I love your quilts. They are beautiful and inspiring. I’m glad to have found your blog!

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    Chris Clark says

    I’ve been drooling over Dream On and would love to get my hands on some scraps of it to play with.

    Love the stacked coins you did – and the carnation pink is perfect!

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    Sheetal says

    how generous of you to give away this goodness! I’d love if these beauties came to live with me!

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    oh, yes, please! Enter me! I’m in love with Dream On, and you did a great job with your color selection… that quilt is very inspiring and is sparking my mind right now!

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    karen gordon says

    I would love to win these beauties. My 1st grandaughter is due Feb. 6 th. I would love to put these strips together to make her a quilt. Thank you for the beautiful giveaway!

    Yes, I love the quilt you made and the binding is perfect!

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    I bookmarked this quilt and added it to my favorites list…So, would I like to win your leftovers? You BET!!

    Even if I don’t win (which I won’t) I think I’ll make something similar for our family babysitter that is grad HS in the spring. She loves vintage looking things.