Let me tell you about a new modern gingham quilt pattern, and show you the throw size Cirrus Quilt! I made this gingham quilt for the cover of the Cirrus quilt pattern.
The Cirrus quilt pattern design includes strip-piecing a Gingham style version of the pattern. The block-based quilt pattern includes 4 sizes: Baby, Lap, Throw, and Bed sizes. You can get the quilt pattern in my shop as a PDF Download or printed paper booklet version.
Do you know what’s quick to make & oh so cozy? Baby Quilts!! And today I’m excited to share with you this floral baby quilt made using the Sprightly quilt pattern!
The Sprightly quilt pattern is a modern block-based pattern spin off of the Paradigm pattern. I released the Paradigm pattern earlier this year, and it’s a huge crowd pleaser! The Sprightly pattern features traditionally pieced quilt blocks that come together to make a more modern geometric design.
Let me tell you about a new modern block-based quilt pattern – the throw size Sprightly Quilt! I made this modern quilt for the cover of the Sprightly quilt pattern.
The design of the Sprightly quilt pattern is a spin-off of the Paradigm pattern, but instead of one large block, Sprightly features several smaller quilt blocks. The block-based quilt pattern includes 4 sizes: baby, throw, twin, and queen sizes. You can get the quilt pattern in my shop as a PDF Download or printed paper booklet version.
A new modern geometric quilt pattern is available and perfect for baby quilts! The Paradigm quilt pattern is an easy quilt pattern for beginners featuring large pieces which make for quick piecing and patchwork. If you like a bold modern geometric quilt pattern, then Paradigm is for you!
Bold baby quilts are super popular right now for modern nursery decor and also a very practical item for any new mom! Grab the Paradigm quilt pattern to make a modern geometric baby quilt like this one!
I’d like to introduce you to this easy & modern baby boy quilt pattern called the Paradigm quilt pattern. I particularly like that how Paradigm works really well as a modern baby boy quilt pattern. The clean straight lines of the modern geometric quilt make for a bit more masculine and boy-friendly quilt. Another bonus of the single block quilt is that it’s a super easy quilt pattern to make!
Let’s talk about Mini Quilts, specifically the art of a MODERN MINI QUILT. There are many things I adore about modern mini quilts, but mostly I make them because of their versatility and how they really don’t use much quilting fabric! If you have lots of fabric scraps to use up, mini quilts are always a great option! I actually made this modern quilted wall hanging entirely out of scraps from a previous quilt. Now grab some fabric scrap from your stash and let’s dive in!