Sunday, October 12, 2014

4-Patch Slice Quilt Pattern

Hi there! I hope you all have been enjoying your weekend! I have had a great time on my little sewing retreat weekend with my mom.  We sewed ALL weekend! I can't wait to show you all the projects we've been working on! 

The quilt I am sharing today is a pattern I came up with last year.  I had the tutorial on my personal blog, and it has been so popular I decided to finally make it into a nice PDF pattern for you guys!  We are also offering this lovely quilt as a kit at the shop for purchase.  

So here it is: 

Click HERE to purchase kit!
Finished Quilt Size: 55" x 65" 

I am smitten with how this quilt turned out.  It's so charming, and girly! I love the fun, vibrant colors and the vintage charm of the script fabric.  It all works so beautifully together to make a wonderfully scrappy quilt! 

Click HERE to purchase kit!

For the binding, we used a fun green dot print that works beautifully with the quilt.  The binding was done by hand by The Binding Fairy (my mom).  She did a wonderful job, like always on the binding!

Kathy Lefler quilted this for us.  She did a fantastic job!   We decided on loopy loops, and I am really happy with how it turned out!

Click HERE to purchase kit!

You can download the PDF pattern for this quilt RIGHT HERE! 

This is such a fun quilt to put together! I hope you enjoy the pattern!

*A big thanks to Nettie Moore (my mom) for piecing this quilt and binding it! And to Kathy Lefler for quilting it!

Talk to you soon,


Anonymous said...

Love your quilt design! Thanks so much, for sharing the PDF file. I look forward to making it, for a winter cozy quilt, for myself.

Melissa at My Fabric Relish said...

Lovely quilt and beautiful fabric choices! Thanks for sharing!

Sarah Goer Quilts said...

That script is such a lovely contrast to the other fabrics. It looks great!

Michele said...

It turned out fabulous and thank you so much for the PDF. I'm sure it will be a great way to use up a ton of my scraps.

Paula said...

I love those colors. I actually used the tutorial you posted (last November) and made this from Kate Spain's Sunnyside. It's still just a top though - this reminds me I need to turn it into a quilt! :-)

Unknown said...

What a great pattern - simple but with a lot of impact. Can't wait to see more versions of this pop up. Congratulations!

Janet @ Simply Pieced said...

This is a great pattern! Thanks for sharing the PDF.

Gabriela said...

Looks like fun! Can you make it with a narrower strip? like 2.5 so it finishes at 2? Thanks x

Unknown said...

I can't wait to try this thanks

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