Flower Patch Quilt. Hi, Kathy here from Gathering Friends to show you how to create this festive 57-1/2″ x 67″ quilt.
I had so much fun making this quilt and it went together so fast. This is a great beginners pattern, just leave off the appliqué. You can make this in time for Spring from your favorite packet of layer cakes, by adding an accent color and a little bit of pop with the appliqué flower. The ribbons of color add happy motion to the quilt, breaking up that block look while still keeping it simple. This pattern allows you to incorporate your favorite color into the quilt to make it unique. Lone Star Baby Quilt Tutorial, Part II. Today we’re going to finish the baby quilt we started in Part 1 by stitching the three layers together—the actual quilting part of the process —and finishing the edge—or binding the quilt.
Make sure quilt top is well pressed and flat. Fabric requirements: Batting 41″ x 41″ Backing 1 ¼ yard Binding 3/8 yard—cut into 4 strips 2 ½″ x 42″ Let’s talk about batting. There are lots of batting options—you can read more details in this batting post, but to sum up, since I’m going to machine quilt this myself, I like to use a low-loft cotton or cotton/poly blend batting. Center the pieced quilt top on batting and backing fabric with the right sides facing away from the batting. After I’ve put the three layers together, I like to take all three layers to the ironing board and iron them all together. Before we can quilt the layers together, we need to baste the quilt.
Lone Star Baby Quilt Tutorial, Part I. Hello friends!
My name is Amy Smart and I love to share my quilting obsession on my site Diary of a Quilter. Wall or baby-size quilts are some of my favorite to make because they come together so quickly and I can finish and start a new project. (I have a short attention span when it comes to projects, so something I can make quickly is more likely to get finished!) Easy Layer Cake Quilt by Ricky Wilks. Basic Skills Necessary:
Moda-Love-Layer-Cake-Quilt.pdf. Boho Patchwork Vintage Star Quilt. Thanks for checking out my latest Moda Bake Shop recipe!
I'm Sarah, from Sweet Dreams by Sarah, and you can visit my blog to read a little more about my inspiration for this quilt, and to get a sneak peek of other projects that I'm working on. I mostly make baby quilts, because frankly, I like immediate gratification. Even though this is a lap-sized quilt, it comes together so quickly, it will be done before you know it! I love the modern feel of a traditional block that's blown up, so today we're making a giant vintage star, using patchwork to give it a fun, scrappy feel. The Big Star Quilt - Quilting Made Easy!
The Disappearing Hourglass Quilt- Easy Quilting with Layer Cakes! Disappearing Pinwheel 3 & 4: Easy Quilting With Layer Cakes! Make a Jacob's Ladder Quilt. Scrappy Hunter’s Star Tutorial (a layer cake friendly pattern) MBS-fairground-quilt. Building Blocks Baby Quilt. 33" x 40" Baby Quilt Looking for a quick and easy baby quilt?
This goes together in no time and uses just 20 Layer Cake squares. That means with some extra sashing and border fabric, you can make two! Know anyone having twins? Easy Strawberry Fields Bricks Quilt. Hello again friends!
I'm Amy Smart from Diary of a Quilter. I love fast quilt projects that come together easily. I also love Moda pre-cuts because they make it easy to put together a quilt quickly and at the same time provide a great variety of coordinating fabrics. What could be better? Geese In The Park. Hello, my friends!
Honey Honey Layer Cake Quilt. Hi.
My name is Trish and I blog over at notes of sincerity. I am so happy to be back at the Moda Bake Shop sharing another tutorial. Let's get started, shall we?! You can use layer cakes or charm squares for this project. I used a Layer Cake, hence the name! 1 layer cake OR 4 charm packs Honey Honey by Kate Spain 1 layer cake OR 4 charm packs Bella Solids in Snow (background fabric**)5/8 yard binding fabric 4 yards backing fabric (Honey Honey in Sunset) **If you prefer to use yardage for your background fabric, you will need 2 3/4 yards. one.Open layer cake and choose 36 of the 42 prints you would like for the blocks, set the other 6 aside. two.Cut each layer cake into 5" squares.
You should have 144 5" squares. three. From your background fabric, cut 20 5" strips x width of fabric. Five.Pair remaining 96 solid and pattern fabrics, making half square triangles. Six.Arrange squares and sew block together in above pattern, one row at a time. Seven. Ruby, Pearl, and Opal Quilt. Hey all!
I am so excited to be sharing another Bake Shop Quilt with you all! It's me, Corey, from Little Miss Shabby. As soon as I saw Bonnie and Camille's Ruby line of fabric, I knew that some of it had to make its way to my house. Not only is the fabric beautiful-- it also shares its name with my husband's Great Aunt Ruby.
Incidentally, my husband's Grandmother's name was Opal, sister to his Great Aunt Ruby. I have also included instructions for a pieced backing using your leftover fabric. Without further ado...