Color Pop

Color Pop, Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern in 5 sizes

  Today I get to share my Color Pop quilt…and it’s definitely a pop of color!  

This one is a jelly roll pattern in 5 sizes, and also uses some neutral low volume background fat quarters.  

Color Pop, Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern in 5 sizes

Aren’t these white flowers so beautiful?!  I cut them from a PeeGee hydrangea tree in our yard.  It’s so beautiful overflowing with these flowers the whole month of May, we call it our pom-pom tree.  

I used a jelly roll of the Tula Pink All Stars Coordinates for this quilt.  The colors and dots/stripes are perfection

Color Pop, Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern in 5 sizes

Kaitlyn quilted this with this modern geometric pattern.  I love the density of the quilting on a simple quilt like this. 

Color Pop, Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern in 5 sizes

I pieced the back of this quilt with some purple pieces of my Hello Jane fabric line and the binding is from the All Stars coordinates collection. 

Color Pop, Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern in 5 sizes

This pattern is in my shop here as a PDF, or here as a paper pattern.  The coupon code SUMMER expires tonight for 20% off!  

Color Pop, Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern in 5 sizes

Thank you for being patient with all of my new pattern posting…and happy quilting!

 

 

 

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Chain Reaction

Chain Reaction Quilt Pattern

I’m back today sharing a new/old quilt pattern…Chain Reaction.  

I first made this quilt in 2010, with slightly smaller blocks and only in a crib size, so it was well over due for an update with new sizing.

Chain Reaction Quilt Pattern

This one can use fat quarters, or 10″ pre-cut squares (which I prefer for a more scrappy, random look).  I cut out 25 squares from my Amalfi yardage and a few basics to make this version.  The background blue is Kona Cotton in Denim.  

Kaitlyn quilted this one again…it’s so perfect for this pattern! 

Chain Reaction Quilt Pattern

Chain Reaction Quilt Pattern

I browsed through my bajillions of old photos and found this one of my baby Ryan on the test Chain Reaction quilt from 8 years ago: 

Chain Reaction Quilt

Since I never took a proper photo of it years ago….here is the second/gray version of the Chain Reaction quilt too.  There are just a few minor changes to the updated version to make it more multi-size friendly.

This quilt is 8 years old and it still looks brand new!  It’s had a long life being carefully stored…but now it’s time to give this quilt a home with some proper use! 

Chain Reaction Quilt Pattern

I quilted this one with good ol’ stippling (the wavy design).  This is back when I stippled EVERYTHING.  I know some people hate stippling…but just looking at this quilt makes me want to break out all my quilt tops and start stippling for days.  I kinda love it. 

If you’ve never tried it here is a link to a how to video…it’s addicting once you get the hang of it!  

Chain Reaction Quilt Pattern

The PDF for Chain Reaction can be found here.  The paper version can be found here.   Use the code SUMMER for 20% off in my shop (expires 6/20).  

Chain Reaction Quilt Pattern

 

 

 

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Going Up

Going Up Quilt Pattern

Going Up Quilt Pattern

Thank you for all the Simplify love!  It’s my favorite quilt I’ve made in a long time, so I was excited to share it with you!  

This quilt is called Going Up.  It’s made with fat quarters in two colors, and neutral background fat quarters or yardage.  I have a huge stack of low volume fat quarters so I put them to good use with a couple of my quilts!  

Going Up Quilt Pattern

This is a simple, classic pattern.  A great beginner pattern and a great way to use up some fat quarters.  I love the two color scrappiness…but this would also be great with florals and solids instead of two colors.  

Kaitlyn also quilted this one, and it’s making my house look extra patriotic until the 4th of July.  

Going Up Quilt Pattern

Going Up Quilt Pattern

The pattern can be found here as a PDF, or here as a paper copy.   Don’t forget to use coupon code SUMMER for 20% off through the weekend!

Going Up Quilt Pattern

 

 

 

 

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