This easy to make quilt is a great way to use a little bit of several favorite fabrics. While the cutting directions lead you through pre-cutting your fabrics for all of the blocks, if you are looking to create a scrappier quilt, it’s easy to do as the block assembly instructions list the individual piece sizes so you can cut as you go. All of the cuts from your main prints are 2-1/2” strips, making this a strip-friendly quilt and a great way to use up extra Jelly Roll strips.
The pattern includes detailed color diagrams, a fabric placement diagram, quilt top coloring page, an optional swatch cutting chart to help keep you organized as you make your cuts, printable block markers to help your organize your pieces and a quilting diagram showing how the sample quilt was quilted. Finished quilt measures 54″ x 58″. The pattern is 15 pages and requires no templates or special tools beyond basic quilting supplies (rotary cutter, sewing machine, pins, etc). This pattern is considered “Advanced Beginner” meaning the sewer has at least some knowledge of basic quilt making.
Fabric Requirements: Fabric amounts given do not give much room for error. In some cases very little fabric is leftover, so plan accordingly when choosing your fabric. Allow for an additional 1/4 yard when purchasing your fabrics if so desired. The following fabric chart details how much yardage you need, or how many strips of fabric if using leftover strips from Jelly Rolls. Choose either yardage or strips for each print, you don’t need both.
The sample quilt was made with the Imprint fabric collection by Katarina Roccella for Art Gallery Fabrics. Items made from my patterns may be sold on a small, home-based production scale. Please do not distribute without permission. Detailed post about making this quilt can be found here.
This is a digital product and will be available for download after purchase.