I. Love. This. Quilt.
This is my new pattern is called Simplify, and it is so much fun to put together! If you’ve ever made my Basket Case pattern, this one goes together in the same way. It’s a trick for the eye, without any tricky partial seams to mess with, and lovely nesting seams throughout (woohoo!!!).
You can make the Throw size version from one jelly roll (40 pre-cut 2 1/2″ strips), or use yardage cut into strips (instructions in the pattern). I made a “jelly roll” for this quilt by cutting up strips from the Rifle Paper Co. fabric line Amalfi, then adding in some matching basics until I had enough strips.
Kaitlyn quilted this with a baptist fan quilting pattern, it’s timeless and it adds so much movement! One thing I love about this pattern is how easily it works with masculine fabrics, more feminine prints like these, or even playful fabrics for a modern crib quilt.
It’s just a versatile, easy pattern I know I’m going to be making many many more of.
Speaking of cute things I love….my Jane turned 2 a couple of weeks ago. 2! I feel like I just had a baby (in more ways than one if you know what I mean!). She is pure joy…and she has more stubbornness and willpower than my older 3 kids combined. ;)
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I’ll have a few more quilts to share this week…so more soon!