I’m basically running a day (or two) behind in all things. I meant to do a nice post for each of these and now I’m going to mash them all together in one big long post and call it good! :)
I live in by the ocean…so the Nautical/boating theme is everywhere. This quilt has been on my mind for a year or more, so I’m relieved to get it out of my brain and onto paper! It’s easy enough for a beginner, and even though I used very nautical looking fabrics, it would be lovely in anything.
Next up is Lucky. Lucky is jelly roll friendly, and the crib size blocks are scaled smaller so the quilt layout still has the same effect.
I had a few people ask me if Lucky is an “on point” quilt. It’s not, the blocks are made and set horizontal, the blocks are made with corner triangles. I wouldn’t call it a beginner quilt, more like for an advanced beginner or intermediate quilter.
Last up (you still with me?) is Frolic. Frolic is a little pattern and fun to make…I actually made this one again yesterday with my own fabrics.
This one actually is on point, but a baby size…so it goes together in a jiffy. It measures 36” x 48”, and uses 5” squares or 2 ½” strips. I used a lot of the new Cotton and Steel Cookie Book prints for this one…that pink floral is so cute. I quilted this following the zig zags.
Ok I think that’s all…if you made it through this mega post you can pat yourself on the back now. Patterns are all in my shop.
I have another birthday party to get ready for today…and a lego/minecraft/bionicle/ninja turtle cake to make. It’s going to be a hot mess. ;) Happy Tuesday!