10 August 2015

Easy Patchwork Quilt Tutorial & Giveaway!

Whether you are a modern or traditional quilter - or somewhere in between - one thing we can ALL agree on is that we share a love of fabric. When Rita of Fabric Please! approached me about putting together a fat quarter blogger bundle for a tutorial and a giveaway, I was like... YES, PLEASE!


40" x 48" Easy Patchwork Baby Quilt


Once I received my bundle in the mail, I set to work immediately, planning a simple patchwork baby quilt that would use all 9 of the fabrics in the layout, including binding, and making the best use of these gorgeous fat quarters. Here are the fabric details.....

Sew Fresh Quilts Blogger Bundle
Left to Right, Top to Bottom:
Hashmark - Fringe Flowers by Michael Miller
Hashmark - Hash Dot – Kryptonite by Michael Miller
Petit Paris - Eiffel Tower by Michael Miller
Hashmark - Hash Dot – Luna by Michael Miller
Jardin de Provence - Wild Flowers by Daphne B. for Windham Fabrics
Hashmark - In the Round by Michael Miller
Hashmark - Big Hash Stripe – Clementine by Michael Miller
Hashmark - Hash Dot – Papaya by Michael Miller
Fascination by Leutenegger





Rita of Fabric Please! has kindly offered to give away a fat quarter bundle to one lucky reader. However, if you love this bundle as much as I do, you can order your Sew Fresh Quilts Blogger Bundle here. If you should happen to win.... You will receive a reimbursement... Or you could just shop for some MORE Fabric Please!


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NOW on to the Easy Patchwork Quilt Tutorial!

This Easy Patchwork Quilt Tutorial will allow you to make a nice sized baby quilt, finishing at 40" x 48", and follows a fat quarter friendly pattern. If you are a relatively new quilter, you may find my Top 10 Tips for New Quilters series helpful. It covers everything about making a quilt - from choosing fabric and thread to finishing with binding - and it is available as a FREE downloadable pdf ebook here.


In addition to your 9 fat quarters, you will also need backing and batting to cover 48" x 56"

Take your 9 coordinating fat quarters.

Choose one fat quarter to be used for the majority of the binding.
I chose the Fascination by Leutenegger
Cut this binding fat quarter into (8) strips @ 2.25" x 21"



Choose one fat quarter to be used for the remainder of the binding.
I chose the Hashmark - Hash Dot – Papaya by Michael Miller
Cut this fat quarter into (2) strips @ 2.25" x 21"
And (12) 4.5" x 4.5" squares.



Cut EACH of the remaining 7 fat quarters into (16) 4.5" x 4.5" squares.



Arrange your 4.5" x 4.5" patchwork squares into 12 rows of 10 pieces each, as shown.




Sew the patches into the rows of 10. I like to press all my seams open. But if you like your seams to nest, press seams in the odd rows to the right, and press seams in the even rows to the left.

If you would like more information on pressing seams, please consult this tutorial from my Top 10 Tips for New Quilters series.

Sew the rows together, pressing all seams down.

Layer your quilt top, batting and backing together. Quilt as desired. I chose to quilt 1/4" away from all the seam lines using my walking foot. If you are looking for some other ideas of how to quilt this easy patchwork quilt, please consult this tutorial from my Top 10 Tips for New Quilters series.

Trim your quilt backing and batting even with your quilt top.

Using a miter join, your fabric strips should measure approximately 19" long. To prepare your binding strips, start with a striped fabric strip, add an orange strip and then connect three of the striped fabric strips together to make five in a row. Add the other orange strip. Continue with the four remaining striped fabric strips.

The following diagram shows how to apply the binding to your quilt, starting in the bottom right corner. The rectangle is the quilt, with the top and bottom edge being 40" long and the sides measuring 48". Each of the lines that intersect the rectangle are the joins between the binding strips, every 19". I always make a diagram to plan where my binding joins will end up so they don't land on a corner, messing up the mitered corners.

When you apply your binding to the quilt, measure up 22" from the bottom right hand corner. Beginning with the single striped fabric strip end of your binding, and leaving an 8" tail, begin to attach your binding. Continue to sew your binding on all the way around the quilt and connect the ends. Press binding over to the other side of your quilt and finish attaching the binding by machine or hand stitch to finish. 

If you would like more information on making and applying binding, please consult this tutorial from my Top 10 Tips for New Quilters series.



A simple patchwork quilt is always a pleasure to sit and sew. And makes a lovely baby shower gift!



For the backing, I rummaged through my stash and found this Doe Eyed in Sky from the Moon Shine collection by Tula Pink for Free Spirit, which blends perfectly with those fabrics from the front.




I wanted the quilting to stand out, so I decided to use something to compliment that dark grey background in the prints. The choice was Superior Threads' So Fine! #50 #409 Smoke on top and in the bobbin.



This Easy Patchwork quilt was the 46th use of my 100 labels ordered from Ikaprint.



With the few remaining leftovers from making the Easy Patchwork quilt, I whipped up this stylish table runner using my Bindingless Quilted Placemat Tutorial.



This runner measures approximately 12" x 36" and was backed in Linen Mochi Dot in Turquoise. The quilting was performed with a walking foot along the long seam lines and then in a free form zig zag using a plain white Gütermann thread.





If you DO make a quilt using this tutorial, I would love to see it.
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Looking forward to seeing your Easy Patchwork Quilt!





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222 comments:

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Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl said...

I would definitely use your tutorial with the bundle; it looks great!

~Jessica said...

Beautiful. Love the color combo.

Pedal Sew Lightly said...

Great tutorial. So clear. Cute fabrics too. The color mix is very appealing.

GranChris said...

I make a lot of charity quilts so this would certainly be fast and easy enough to do for that. I just might make it a little bigger.

June Garner said...

Tutorial & bundle - definitely a great match. I'm loving both.
Renragjdatgmaildotcom

Heather Sebastian said...

I would make a little baby quilt for my sister :)

heatheranne99 at gmail dot com

Kristin in Alaska said...

Cute! Thanks for the tutorial!

Jo said...

Great tutorial and cute fabrics. I would probably use the tutorial as time is limited lately, and quick and easy is good :)

Ellee said...

These yummy fabrics would be great for a quilt for my upcoming new grandbaby. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

Anita said...

The tutorial looks great, and is a good idea to make a baby quilt. Thanks!

Quilting Babcia said...

Your tutorials are so clear and easy to follow. Always seems there is a new baby that needs a quilt. Thanks for the chance to win some great fat quarters.

Baa. xxx said...

Lovely tutorial - nice and easy, but looks so great with the fabrics chosen.

Hildy said...

Thanks for sharing this tutorial with us its's a great baby quilt! Although I think I would make a bag out of this bundle:-)

Allison CB said...

Very nice fabrics and nice clear tutorial! I would probably use these fabrics for a small mini quilt!

Preeti Harris said...

Oh Lorna, I love the simplicity of the quilt and the fabrics are so yummy. I have been eyeing the Hashmark line for some time now.
Thanks to then link on your blog, I ordered labels from ikaprint too. Have only used one. It makes the quilt oh so professional!!!

Susan L. said...

I would definitely use your tutorial if I won the bundle. I love how it looks!

JoyceLM said...

Thanks for the tutorial. I'd made a donation quilt for my quilting group.

Fabric Please said...

This is lovely Lorna! Such a nice way to showcase all the pretty fabrics you chose. Good luck to everyone!

Rita Ferber
Fabric Please!

Carla Shiver said...

I would make a wall hanging quilt for my grandmother using the tutorial.

Lady Dragoness said...

I would make a quilted tote bag, with pockets, of course. I follow the Sew Fresh Quilts blog via email.

Stitchin At Home said...

I would make my daughter some pillows.

AlidaP said...

I would use the bundle in some charity quilts! Thanks for the tutorial, that could be very helpful for that too!!

Lisa Marie said...

Oh I love those fabrics! I would probably use some in a bag I could carry around so I could enjoy the fabrics each day. The rest would go into quilts.

Subee said...

I would probably make a quilt, but something a little different than squares.

Subee said...

I follow your blog via email.

Pam Bruce said...

I would love to make a quilt with this bundle!

Pam Bruce said...

I would love to make a quilt with this bundle!

Joanne said...

Love this bright, fresh, contrastng bundle!! Would use in cuddle quilt! 😊

KimB said...

I would use the fat quarters to make this quilt and gift it to a female co-worker where I work part time. I follow your blog through e-mail, found out about it from Fabric's Please e-mail

Patti said...

I would definitely make your snuggly quilt! The colors compliment my youngest daughter's room so I would make it for her!

Susan said...

I would either make a quilt, place mats or a bag. senstrings (at) yahoo (dot) com

Lori said...

thanks for the tutorial. your quilt is so pretty. I would use the tutorial to make my daughter in law a lap top for her living room. Thanks for this chance.
quilting dash lady at Comcast dot net

Shelor Robin said...

Thanks for a great tute--as always! I'm really "into" baby quilts right now, so this is great. robinsheloratearthlinkdotnet

Crickets Corner said...

I would use the tutorial to make this quilt. I make charity quilts and as much as I love it I would have to donate it. I can just see the big smile it would put on the recipients face. - I found out about the giveaway from Fabric Please as I read their blog before I got to yours. Rina

Janie said...

I would use your tutorial, and make it into a quillow. Beautiful bundle. Thank you for the chance.

Lisa J. said...

I would definitely make a quilt but I might make it bigger than baby....although there are some babies coming my way in the near future :)

Diane Beavers said...

Lorna, absolutely yes I'd make a baby quilt w/your Sew Fresh Quilts Blogger Bundle as I have two on the way in the family:) It would be hard not to make something for me with the orange..my favorite color. Thank you for the opportunity and for introducing Fabric, Please.

bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

Cheryl Moyer said...

Great giveaway Lorna! (And Rita ) I would absolutely make a quilt Witt these gorgeous fabrics!!

Jill said...

Your quilt is adorable! I would probably use these fabrics to make a quilt for grandchild #5-due this winter!
Jillmc22595 at yahoo dot com

Alice Ronne said...

Yes! I'd make the baby quilt but possibly add some borders to make it a little larger. Thanks for the giveaway! akronne17(at)gmail(dot)com

Paula said...

I would love to make a quilt just like this. I have a brand new baby grandson and this would be a perfect fall quilt for him.

Vicki in MN said...

Either a tote or use your tute for a quilt :-)

Beth said...

I would love to use this bundle to make this wonderful quilt!

Sheila Hlushak said...

I love making bags and wallets and have many patterns, with these beautiful fabrics to design a cordinating set of a purse, tote and a matching wallet. So exciting, thanks for the opportunity.

Patricia said...

Thank you for the tutorial. The colors are great!
patsystitch@gvtc.com

Pine Point Cathy said...

So Fresh fabrics! Can't decide over a tote bag or your baby quilt tutorial. Great tutorial to make efficient use of those fat quarters. basaran.family@rogers.com

Gene Black said...

I would make a quilt but I like to play with designs so I am sure I would go my own way. I think a disappearing nine patch would also be a cool choice to make with this.

eva said...

Love that bundle!! I'm doing a New Hexagon challenge and some of these fabrics would be fantastic for that! Would also like to follow your tut ... So many options :)

Christine @ 12,450miles said...

Love, love, love this tutorial! And very, very excited to see a quilt along happening here in September! Woot! (I'm SO in.) Beautiful finish here.
-Christine (aka @kimchifriedlife)

Gill said...

I'd use your tutorial and make a quilt!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

I would probably combine the fabric with more from my stash to make a larger quilt

BJM said...

I'd use the tutorial and make a quilt.

Kay said...

I would probably make the quilt. I love simple tutorials and this would certainly have all the guess work taken out of it, even by helping to know where to put the fabrics designs for great choice of colour. x

cookie said...

I love tutorials with pictures and would make this simple quilt for one of my grandbabies. It is colorful and quick and would leave me time to play with the newest!. Thanks!

Laura said...

I'd be tempted to make the baby quilt too since I love the way yours turned out.

Anne Simonot said...

I think I would try your tutorial -- clear & easy to follow -- since it does make a lovely baby quilt. annesimonot@sasktel.net

Aggie-G said...

I love this fabric. If I won I'd make the quilt using your tutorial and it would be a perfect donation for Project Linus!!!!

Ilana Joffe said...

Beautiful quilt and tutorial! If I won, I would use your tutorial and make this quilt.

Betsy said...

Always looking for a quick quilt pattern. This one looks great. I would use the tutorial.

Cecilia said...

I would use your tutorial and make a charity quilt. Thanks for the great tutorial.

barbara woods said...

Love that quilt

Quilting Tangent said...

I would make a quilt or a bag. 24Tangent@gmail.com

Andrea York said...

Those are just lovely. Very good tutorial too!

Susan Stanton said...

The fabrics are so cute and colorful. I'd make a table runner and placemats.
yoyopattycakes at hotmail dot com

Stephanie said...

I would make a quilt. I have been out of the quilt loop lately.

Kathy said...

I would make this quilt - so very cute

Buncobuddy said...

I would use your tutorial with your bundle to make a charity child's quilt.

Needled Mom said...

Those fabrics really make that quilt pop. It is a great baby quilt. I believe that I would make it just as you did because it shows off the fabrics so well.

cjmont said...

i love these fabrics, perfect for my youngest granddaughter's new bed.

Alexis Borsboom said...

I love simple patchwork.....but I might use your tutorial and make it into throw pillows instead.

Laura said...

Love the combo. Think I'd make a table runner and placemats. Thanks to you and Rita for the opportunity to win.

Freddie said...

Love the colours and thank you for hosting the giveaway.

Andy Bee said...

These colours would be great in my daughter's quilt!
distantsub at gmail dot com

Shasta Matova said...

These are pretty fabrics. I particularly like the Wildflowers fabric. A simple patchwork quilt is so rewarding and so pretty.

JANET said...

Great colors! I would make a small quilt from it.

JANET said...

I follow by email.

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

What great colours and an awesome quilt. Simple yet so very striking.

MoeWest said...

Your baby quilt looks great! I would use this bundle to make table/kitchen accessories for my daughter. The colours would be perfect in her kitchen and she would love the Paris fabric.

Deanna said...

I have yet to make a charm quilt... so this would be the perfect chance! Thanks for the giveaway.

Linda said...

Hi I would make a Charity baby quilt too ! Thanks for a neat Giveaway !
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Frederique said...

Great tutorial, of course I will use it!!

Audrey said...

A gorgeous bundle, Lorna. Charm quilts are quick but I am not sure I would be willing to let go working with this gorgeous fabric so quickly! I would probably make a quilt but the bundle would be great for pouches, baskets and such as well. It is one of those collections where I would look forward to the leftover scraps and be dreaming of the possibilities while working on my main project. Thank you to both you and Rita for sharing.

Heidi said...

Your baby quilt is perfect with this line and I am thinking, yes, I would use your tutorial!

Quilty said...

Beautiful baby quilt, and great tuto! I would love to use your tutorial for making a table runner with these nice fabrics!

lindak21 said...

Yes, I would make this baby quilt and have one special baby in mind!

lindak21 said...

I follow via email and Bloglovin'. Thanks for the giveaway and tutorial, quite lovely!

Nancy said...

I'd make a throw and pillow covers

Linda B said...

I would definitely use the tutorial to make the quilt.....love the layout...

Ioleen said...

My quilt guild is making baby quilts for teen mothers and are in need of fabric. If I am lucky enough to win, I would donate this bundle.

Margaret said...

I would love to make this quilt. Thanks for sharing

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I would love it....giggle.

Donna W said...

Thanks for the great tutorial and I think I would use this bundle to make one.

Heather J said...

Love the fabric pull and great tutorial.

Jacklynn Grimm said...

I love you fabric choices and would definitely make the quilt from your tutorial. Thanks for the chance to win!

Lynne Tilley said...

I would most definitely make a quilt. That's just a given :) :). Thanks for the chance!

Pauline Perry said...

Gorgeous fabrics - love the colour combinations - I would definitely use the tutorial because the quilt is awesome.
Pauline
perry94022 at hotmail dot com

Jenn @ A Quarter Inch from the Edge said...

I'm not 100% sure what I'd make, but I can tell you I'd seriously consider keeping this bundle together. Normally I break up curated bundles and use them in different projects. Great tutorial!

rrjane011749 said...

I would definitely use the bundle to make this quilt--it's adorable!

minibea12 said...

I would love to make a quilt with this bundle! I would use your tutorial to make this awesome quilt!
nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

Deb B. said...

I like the tutorial an it seems to be a very easy to do quilt. Fast too. So yes I would use with the tutorial or even make it bigger by adding stash to it. dberkebile@roadrunner.com

judys said...

Cool use of fabric; I'd love to make this quilt with the fat quarter bundle!

sherryberrybim said...

I would definitely make a quilt with this bundle.

legato1958 said...

I would make a few tote bags with this bundle of fabric!! Your quilt is sure pretty!
Susie

Daytona Damsel said...

Oh I absolutely love these fabrics. My favorite color combo. I hope the bundle is still available at the end of the month when I get paid. Great idea to make a table runner with the scrapes. Debbie

Diana @ Red Delicious Life said...

I love how all of these colors play so well together. I'd definitely use your tutorial with this bundle to make this quilt. Looks beautiful!

StanleyBeagle said...

I'd make some soft play blocks with the bundle. So gorgeous!

StanleyBeagle said...

and I follow by email!

Missy said...

I love this fabric, and so timely. I have been looking for the perfect colors for my redecorated living room, and here they are. I want to make a throw for our couch.

Kim said...

These fabrics are beautiful! I would make a bag and some fun accessories to go with it.

Vicki H said...

I would love to duplicate your quilt. Thanks for the chance.

Denise Mitchell said...

I would like to make a mondo bag for a friend.

Sharon said...

I love this quick quilt. So cute.

Sewgirl said...

I would most likely use these for a quilt, but I always have to change things up!
nancy.sumner@comcast.net

Claire Sutherland said...

I would definitely use this pattern to make a quilt and these fabrics would be perfect.
Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

Jacqueline Frances said...

Hi there Lorna,
Just loving that easy baby quilt!!!
If I were to win this bundle, I would use it to make a block design I have in my sketchbook into fabric reality!!!
Thanks!
Quilty Huggs,
Jacqueline
snausages22 at yahoo dot CA
PS: this may be a double entry as I am not sure if my original entry got registered! If this is a duplicate, please delete.

Lorinda said...

Cute quilt! I would probably mix and match the bundle with some other things I have in my stash to make baby quilts. Thanks for the tutorial and the chance to win!

Joy said...

I desperately need a couple of tote bags and this fat quarter bundle would help me out immensely. Thanks for the chance to win. I must have been so much fun putting a bundle together.

Carole-Jayne Watson said...

You are right - this bundle *does* amke a super little quilt - very modern and happy. Great give-away and super tuorial, thank you!

Deal.licious Real Food Debby said...

My friend just had a baby and I would love to make her a quilt. I am fairly new to quilting, and this tutorial is great. I would be happy to use it.

determineddebby at gmail dot com

Patty D from NC said...

I'd make some bags - sew together pattern.

PK Sews said...

i would make a table runner with this delightful fabric. Thanks for the chance to win!

Karen said...

I love the colors of this bundle. I would make some new bags to brighten up my wardrobe. I also could make a pillow for my niece who has been to Paris.

karenadd@gmail.com

apple blossom said...

not sure exactly what I'd do with this bundle, but I know one thing. I sure would love to win it so I could use it for a project. thanks

Lee said...

Thank you for the tutorial!~ I would love to make a quilt for my daughter! thanks!

Kirsten said...

Thanks for this great tutorial - I love the colours in this bundle and would like to make a quilt from them too!

Debbie said...

I would definitely try the tutorial. It is lovely. Thanks for a great giveaway. (debbie at wowilikethat dot com)

Kathy Davis said...

I would make a small quilt for my granddaughter, Nellie. Great tutorial. Thanks, Kathy
kdavis1@centurytel.net

misty s said...

I think I would do some really awesome pillows. I could really do a lot of fun stuff. I can never tell if I'll use a tutorial or not, or when...it's certainly a possibility!

Lesley Gilbert said...

My Birthday is on 18th August - how lovely it would be to win this on the 17th - thanks for the chance to win :)

Susan McG said...

I would definitely make a quilt with these fat quarters. I love the simplicity of your patchwork layout - the fabrics stand on their own and something more complicated might be too busy. Would love to win this bundle.

Deb said...

Yes, I'd make a quilt....and I love easy to follow tutorials.

scottylover said...

If I were to win, I would use it for the tutorial. Love the look of this quilt!
Sandy A

D Johnson said...

I love the tutorial. I would love to make a quilt. I am a newbie and it's on my list of to-do's.

Karen said...

I think I would make a bag, maybe the Brentwood Bag. I may have to piece some of the fat quarters together for lining and such, but that would be cool! I can see those bold flowers on the outside pocket as I type this. :-)

Unknown said...

I think I might make the quilt, but it is such great fabric, I can see it in a bag. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

Kathy E. said...

I've had my eye on a pattern for a travel tote bag and these fabrics would make it look fabulous! Especially the Eiffel Tower fabric...it's just asking to be put on something to travel with!

Jak and Will by Stephanie said...

What a great combination of colors from different lines, it's great!

kay said...

I would definitely use the fat quarters to make the quilt in this cute and easy tutorial! (Love those Eiffel Towers!!)

Erin McSweeney said...

i think i would make a bag from it..lovely

Tu-Na Quilts said...

I would use the fat quarters to make a quilt. Very cute fabric.

June D said...

Very clear directions. My friend's daughter is having a baby so would make the quilt for that little girl I think. Really like the fabric choices - the binding with the strips is the best! Thanks for the chance!

OhioLori said...

I would make a Quilt for our new Granbaby..and use your Tutorial too! Such a cool Quilt! Thanks for sharing info...and for chance to win the fabrics too! :)

mlhummy said...

This is a great bundle! I think I'd make a few lap quilts for our local senior center. :)

Renae Koehn said...

Neat bundle! I think I would use it to make a quilt. renae1225@gmail.com

nan_c said...

I absolutely LOVE your fat quarter pattern!

nan_c said...

I absolutely LOVE your fat quarter pattern!

nan_c said...

I absolutely LOVE your fat quarter pattern!

Dody said...

I would use the tutorial for a baby quilt. Great tutorial. But I would use different colors for a baby quilt. And I would use this beautiful bundle for something else. I have a bag pattern in mind.

Brenda said...

I love these fabrics; they work so wonderfully together! I will use this tutorial for a baby quilt. Thank you for sharing and for having this wonderful give away prize. Have a wonderful creative day!

Shanna said...

I love the tutorial, but I would probably use them to make another baby quilt pattern or maybe a patchwork dress for my daughter that might be fun way to tweak the tutorial!

Amanda Best said...

I would make the baby quilt as pictured.
my email is: bestbelle2010@aol.com
thanks!

Ruth Harwood said...

the fabrics are perfect for a quilt and it would be a fun and productive use of my time!

Wizzyh said...

I love these colours and designs. my sewing mojo is on holiday, so I think I'd follow your tutorial to reinvigorate it!

sisylyn2 said...

I would use the fabric and follow the tutorial and make a baby quilt

Dorothy Thornton said...

Love the fat quarter bundle and the way the quilt came out with these fabrics. Great job

Sarah Hluchy said...

Love that bundle! I'd probably make some sort of easy quilt to use as a picnic blanket.

Wendy said...

I would probably want to use the fabrics together as they look great, but I wouldn't use the tutorial. i'm not a fan of simple patchwork squares (sorry!), it's just not my thing.

Jen Beatty said...

Thanks for sharing this great quilt w/us!

delaineelliott said...

I definitely would use this tutorial to make this quilt. I LOVE it! Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

soozwales said...

A large Pillow.

Carol said...

I love these fabrics, but I'm beyond a basic quilt like this. I would make something with flying geese or half-square triangles.

selleck said...

I have a pattern for a wall hanging for my entry way. This fabric and colors would be great. I already watched the tutorial. Thanks.

clairew137 said...

I would love to make a quilt.

Katy M said...

I love your quilt - if I were the lucky winner I'd make one just like it for my impending first born! x

linda gillian said...

I love this baby quilt. As usual, your instructions and fabric layout are splendid!

Cloud 9 said...

Love the colors. I would make a quilt but a different pattern.

Carmen N said...

I've love to make a quilt with this!

Linda Hodges said...

I will follow tutorial and make baby quilt for military family.

Ellen Giglia said...

Great bundle! I just found out I'm going to be a "Great Aunt", so this tutorial is perfect.
Egiglia1@gmail.com

lindawwww said...

I would definitely use the tutorial to make the quilt.

lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

Chellie Tetlock said...

I recieved a sewing machine for Christmas this past year. I fell in love with making quilts so much that I upgraded and bought a better machine to quilt with this past week. Today Aug 11th is my 37th Birthday and I have never won anything in my life. If I were to win I would put my new machine to work and make a quilt for my one and only niece (she is almost 8) ho has been begging me to make her her very own quilt. Thanks for the chance Sew FRESH QUILTS AND FABRIC PLEASE.

Debbie -- Sheltered Stitches said...

love this little tut! I'd def stitch up several little quilts for donations with a group I just got involved with. thanks for the offer too!

The Smart Savvy Mama said...

I would love to make a quilt. It has always been something that I've wanted to do. First I would make it for my 1 year old daughter, then one for my son. Thanks for the chance! Julie smartsavvymama@gmail.com

Cathy said...

I love making patchwork quilts. Sometimes the simple quilts are the best. Thanks for the chance.

Karen said...

Pretty bundle and great tutorial. I have yet to make a simple patchwork quilt but have plans for one now!

Sandy W said...

Great fabric, and tutorial!! Love the puppy block too!! Thanks for a chance.....

Nancy Lewis said...

Thanks for the great giveaway!! I would make a quilt if I won!! Love the fabric.

Jess Burns said...

Probably make a lap quilt. Or a baby quilt (it seems like everybody I know is having babies!)

Tiffany said...

I'd definitely make a quilt of some sort. These are great boy colors!

Alexandra Bordallo said...

This quilt looks gorgeous with these lovely fabrics! I want to make ot for my baby boy, it will be perfect for him! Thanks for the chance to win ❤ and for the great tutorial. I follow you on instagram!! ;))
Alex
@alextilalila

Beth Strand said...

I love that pop of orange in your choices! Great grouping and fun quilt!

Shauna said...

So cool. I would use it in a quilt, but one I'm already piecing, actually couple. I have 3 different scrappy quilts that these would work wonderfully

Rachel said...

I love the colors you've picked. I might make a striped table runner with this set.

Joyful Quilter said...

I would have to pet the fabric for a while before I decided what I want to do with it. Thanks for tutorial and the giveaway.

JaymeMade said...

I think these would make a nice tote bag.

Rachell said...

Pretty, pretty. Maybe sew the charms together and cut a tote bag!
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Pamela said...

Fun colors, I think I would probably make a cool kaleidoscope quilt!

Lindsay Rodems said...

I would make a quilt with this bundle, just not sure of the pattern, I do like the combo of dark and bright.

Erin said...

I would follow your tutorial! It looks so pretty!

Erin said...

I would follow your tutorial! It looks so pretty!

Gemma Clark said...

I would definitely make a quilt. baby is due in October and I made my first patchwork quilt for her this week. Was my first time using a walking foot and I don't know what I was so scared of! x

Linda said...

Thanks for the opportunity !! I'd use the fabric in another project!

budgeteer said...

I have just discovered a passion for quilting! So a quilt would put me in seventh heaven with this wonderful fabric.

cjmont said...

love these fabrics especially the dots.

Mary Ellen Futch said...

It's always nice to see how others quilt, and I always learn something new when I read a tutorial. Thanks for sharing your skills.

Noel Palmer said...

I've just recently gotten into sewing and I'm planning on trying out quilting soon! I'd certainly use your tutorial to make a quilt if I won the fabric set.

Julianne said...

Beautiful as always Lorna!

mario san diego said...

Wonderful quilt blocks and quilts- always your emails!
Carol S.
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Pepper Stitcher said...

I would definitely use the fat quarter bundle to make this fun kid friendly quilt! It has just beautiful colors but isn't too cartoony! And I'm following through my email HRFulton@yahoo.com

PersimonDreams said...

I would make a fun Dresden Neighborhood mini quilt! Thanks for the chance :)

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