Camille Roskelley is quite the popular designer—and with good reason: her quilts are gorgeous! No matter what fabrics you print, her mix of the modern and the traditional guarantees that the quilts you make from her patterns will be timeless and beautiful, too.
So I wasn’t really surprised when I stumbled across three quilts from Simply Retro in the blogosphere last couple weeks, all from different people and all gorgeous works of art.
First was Betsy, our manufacturing manager, and her rendition of the pattern Framed. She used a layer cake of Mod Century by Jenn Ski for Moda. This cheerful view greeted us all when we walked in the office on Monday.
Next, I had a post on my personal blog about the pattern Fresh, my latest work-in-progress quilt. I used various low-volume, sorbet-colored scraps from my stash to give it a light, summery feel.
Imagine my surprise when I received a comment from Jeanette saying that she was making a Camille Roskelley quilt as well, and had posted her progress on her blog. She recognized my quilt as also being from Simply Retro on the WIP Wednesday link up post over at Freshly Pieced! She called her quilt Sweets, but I think it follows the Framed pattern Isn’t it pretty? So different from Betsy’s, but still so lovely.
So, there you have it. A week of Simply Retro projects! Anyone else working on projects from Simply Retro? Let us know in the comments or show us your photos on our Instagram. Share the Roskelley prettiness around!