A little over a year ago, while traveling through North and South Carolina, I visited a couple quilt shops. While there, I purchased some sale fabrics. Granted, I really didn’t need any new fabric, but it was hard to pass up a good deal.
These fabrics were panels, one with cats and the other with mandalas. Recently, I finally had time to use these in a couple quilts.
The fabric panels were cut apart, and combined with coordinating fabrics of orange, teal, yellow and black.
Cat-i-tude Panel Cats Quilt
This quilt was really fun to make. The original panel included six different cats in three colors with some metallic paisley accents.
These panels were also cut apart and combined with coordinating fabrics of pink, purple, teal and black. The paisley border of the original fabric was handy when deciding how to manage the outer edge of sashing triangles.
These quilts were really fun to make!