2014 Finish #5: Sew Stitchy Stacked Coins

I fell in love with a stacked coin pattern, out of the Jelly Roll Dreams book.  It goes together very quickly, highlights the beauty of the fabric, and is a great use of a jelly roll.

Sew Stitchy Stacked Coins

I like the pattern so much that I did a couple versions of the quilt and even convinced Julie that she should try out the pattern.

Here is the first one I completed in Sweetwater’s Noteworthy,  March 2013.


I have a thing for jelly rolls.  I love that you get some of each fabric in the line and the strips can be used in so many different patterns.

I am keeping Aneela Hoey’s Sew Stitchy version for myself.   I can’t seem to give the quilts I make out of her fabric away.


The quilting pattern has spools and needles – was a really simple decision on which pattern to choose.



I was able to finish binding the quilt at the retreat this weekend.  How cute are those little pins on the binding?!?


About My Pieced Life

I am in love with all things quilting. My sewing room has many works-in-progress and a large stash of fabric. I have big plans and lots of ideas of creations I would like to make. My wonderful husband supports my obsession and Carson, my Australian terrier, keeps me company while I sew.
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8 Responses to 2014 Finish #5: Sew Stitchy Stacked Coins

  1. knitnkwilt says:

    Even though I know in myhead that color changes patterns, I am always amazed when I see it! Looks like a very fun quilt pattern to play with.

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  3. Lea says:

    They are both beautiful quilts!

  4. The Sassy Quilter says:

    Love this! Such a fun quilt and I love those fabrics.

  5. I love coin quilts! Yours are so fantastic!

    Thank you so much for sharing this at Needle and Thread Thursday!

    🙂 Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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