Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Jordan's Tsunami

This pattern is called a "Storm at Sea", but I re-named it a "Tsunami" because it is made with GIANT 24" blocks!  Made from old black denims, khakis and corduroys from the thrift store, isn't this a great way to repurpose old jeans?  Jordan seemed to like it... Awww.




















Finished in time for his birthday.... Happy Birthday, Jordan!!


TSUNAMI (Giant "Storm At Sea") DIGITAL Pattern for this version available at BLUPRINT, and both paper and digital copies are available at ETSY.

10-2010 Update: See what quilters around the world had to say about this quilt HERE

8 comments:

Bente-I like to QuiltBlog said...

Hello Deonn,
this quilt is absolutly amasing, and made of old trousers it is fantastic!
A blue and white Storm a See quilt has been on my to do list for so many years, some day I´ll sew one, that for sure! It´s a beautiful pattern.
Liebe Grüße
Bente

Lab said...

Love this quilt did you get a pattern somewhere? I would love to know where you got it.

Deonn @ Quiltscapes said...

This pattern is now available for download at my Craftsy Store here>> http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/quilting/home-decor/tsunami-giant-storm-at-sea/4662

Kelly @ Blue Bird Sews said...

Hello! Your quilt is such a great example of using value in quilts. Could I have your permission to use it as an example for an upcoming presentation I am putting together for Portland Modern Quilt Guild? All the Best!

Deonn @ Quiltscapes said...

Thanks for asking, Kelly! Please reference this site and a link to the pattern HERE: http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/quilting/home-decor/tsunami-giant-storm-at-sea/4662

Pieces of Cotton said...

I saw your quilt on Pinterest. Stunning! You did a beautiful job, and I love that it's made from repurposed fabrics.

Mgiełka Ściegiem do celu said...

WOW amazing!

TG's resting place said...

Love this quilt. Am going to make it for my son. Perfect thanks for showing.