Bleu Barn Studios and Summer Shores

Bleu Barn Studios is at it again.  Highlighted in the Feb 2013 issue of Quilter’s World magazine is Summer Shores, a breeze contemporary quilt design using Tokyo Rococo (aren’t I lucky!).   I love this because its simple and light and modern and classic at the same time. I was able to see the quilt at Blue Barn Studios and photo it before it was sent in to the magazine.  So here are some shots of the quilt plus a preview of the magazine.  Yes, I take a million shots–its the only way to get a good feel for the quilt!  AND a kit of the fabric for the pattern in the magazine is available at The Plaid Portico etsy shop by clicking here.

More projects coming  up in the next few weeks, stay tuned!

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Quilter’s World Feb 2013 Magazine

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Summer Shores by CJ Behling, Bleu Barn Studios using Tokyo Rococo

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Summer Shores by CJ Behling, Bleu Barn Studios using Tokyo Rococo

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Summer Shores by CJ Behling, Bleu Barn Studios using Tokyo Rococo

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Summer Shores by CJ Behling, Bleu Barn Studios using Tokyo Rococo

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Summer Shores by CJ Behling, Bleu Barn Studios using Tokyo Rococo

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Summer Shores by CJ Behling, Bleu Barn Studios using Tokyo Rococo

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Summer Shores by CJ Behling, Bleu Barn Studios using Tokyo Rococo

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Summer Shores by CJ Behling, Bleu Barn Studios using Tokyo Rococo

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Summer Shores by CJ Behling, Bleu Barn Studios using Tokyo Rococo

2 thoughts on “Bleu Barn Studios and Summer Shores

  1. gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous. Sigh. What a great showcase for a stunning fabric collection. Congrats to CJ and to you, Carol! I feel like I’ve had a brush with fame just knowing you two!

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