Primrose

Primrose Quilt Pattern

Meet the Primrose quilt!   

My Forget-Me-Not fabric line has a print of flowers in jars, so I thought it would fun to carry the jars over into a quilt.  Technically the fabric has tulips in jars…but since I’ve already made a Tulips quilt, I decided on a primrose block instead.   This quilt has a similar layout to Pumpkins, with the different heights of blocks and the leaves in different directions that give it a little more movement.  

Primrose Quilt Pattern

The flower dot is a perfect jar colored blue that almost looks like a solid from a distance.  These blocks are so cute on their own!

They aren’t hard to make, but there are a lot of diagonal seams.  Diagonal Seam Tape will save you a thousand hours (or so) without having to mark diagonal lines! 

I sent this to Kaitlyn for quilting.  I love this design she chose that looks like dainty flowers, but is still geometric and modern at the same time.  

Primrose Quilt Pattern

The backing is a wide back fabric I bought on sale here.  I like buying neutral colored backings when they go on sale because they match anything, and in this case I didn’t want to use my limited sample yardage of Forget-Me-Not

The pattern includes material lists and all the instructions to make a table runner too! 

Primrose Table Runner

Primrose is in my shop now as a PDF here, or a Paper pattern here

Primrose quilt

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!  -Allison

 

 

 

4 Responses to Primrose

  1. Little Quiltsong May 1, 2022 at 6:19 am #

    This is another favorite – love the blue jars and flowers ‘potted’ in them! Hoping to make this soon :)!

  2. Dawn Burnell-Powers May 3, 2022 at 5:43 pm #

    so very cute

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