6 November 2015

Beach House Baby Quilt

Hello everyone! Today I would love to share with you the news of my second AccuQuilt guest blog post, featuring my "Beach House" baby quilt. This fun project utilizes the GO! Hexagon 1", 1.5" and 2.5" and the GO! Equilateral Triangles 1", 1.5" and 2.5" dies.

I have made an equilateral triangle quilt before. Many times actually.
And I have made a hexagon quilt before.

This was such a fun project to pass the day away on.
Playing in my sewing space!

For the hexagons, I found this cute charm pack of "Beach House" by Kate Nelligan for Moda. I have had it since the spring. And now that summer's over, I figured it could help revive thoughts of those days spent down at the beach.

You'll find that this GO! Hexagon die is the perfect size for using your charm squares. Or using up some of your small scraps!

For the triangles I used Kona Snow. Sure makes those bright colours pop!

I quilted this with my walking foot using the serpentine stitch across the seams from edge to edge and down the middle of each row, using plain white Guetermann polyester thread on top and in the bobbin.

In keeping with the nautical theme, for the backing I chose this adorable shark print called Shark Attack by Deborah Edwards for Northcott Fabrics.

 The binding is also by Northcott Fabrics. It's Undersea Adventures from the Stone Henge collection.

"Beach House Baby" finished at approximately 36" x 41"
and was the 62nd use of my 100 labels
ordered from Ikaprint.

For the complete instructions on how to make your own
"Beach House Baby" quilt,
please check out my
AccuQuilt guest post here!

Linking up to Finish it up Friday with 

Amanda Jean of Crazy Mom Quilts

Keep On Quilting On!


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Ioleen said...

Great baby quilt. AccuQuilt will be put on my Xmas list.

~Diana said...

I can't even tell you how much I *LOVE* this design!!! Well done Lorna!!!

Quilting Stories said...

Wonderful design as always! Have a great week-end!

Colleen said...

such a great use of the dies ! love your baby quilt - you are going to be ordering more quilt labels in no time, lol !

Daytona Damsel said...

Great quilt. Simple and uncluttered, just the way I like them.

Margo Yang said...

Such a refreshing and clean looking quilt. Love the colors. Great job as always.

SuperMomNoCape said...

This is such a bright, happy quilt! I love it!

Carla said...

Very nice! Hexies are just the best ; )

Sewmotion said...

A beautiful quilt, that white negative space shows off those hexies perfectly!

Danice G said...

How vibrant and colorful. I love the quilt and the fabrics :)

Michele said...

It's a really cute design and I like all the bright colors too.

Cut&Alter said...

Just lovely - I will have to actually play with my hexagon die!!

Zenia Rene said...

Beach House Baby is super cheery and adorable.

Julie Cefalu said...

I love this design, Lorna! Very nice way to use the hexagon dies.

Christine @ 12,450miles said...

I'm trying to catch up on blog reading... this made me stop in my tracks. It's GORGEOUS! And so, so fun!

~Diana said...


VintageBreeze said...

Hello. Just had this pop-up on your FB feed. I love this!!! I do not have a die-cut machine. Could I still make it without one?

Thank you so much. I LOVE you guys, your designs, fabric choices, patterns, ok I love EVERYTHING you do.


Shelina (formerly known as Shasta) said...

This is a great design. I like how the stars are hidden and come out when you stare at them long enough.

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