The Throw size version of the Solitaire Quilt features the 8-at-a-time Half Square Triangles method, and you can get the pattern here. The quilt pattern is fat quarter friendly and also works great for a Layer Cake or 10″ squares, and includes alternate AccuQuilt instructions, too!
This is actually the first Solitaire Quilt I made, and it was so fun pulling neutral greys for it from my stash! I personally love how navy and neutrals go together to make a timeless quilt – perfect for the living room and all the men in your life too!
I hope you love this end-of-summer throw size Solitaire Quilt! It’s inspired by my love for bright colors and the winding down of summer.
The Throw size version of the Solitaire Quilt features the 8-at-a-time Half Square Triangles method, and you can get the pattern here. The quilt pattern is fat quarter friendly and also works great for a Layer Cake or 10″ squares! This throw size Solitaire uses 8 fat quarters for the inner triangles.
It’s quilt pattern launch day! You can now purchase your own copy of the Solitaire quilt pattern over in my shop! To celebrate the release of the Solitaire Quilt Pattern, all patterns will be 20% off through September 28th! No code needed!
Last week I shared a blog post showcasing my “Wiggling Quilt” from the book “Modern One-Block Quilts” and it kicked off a quilt pattern book review blog post series! Who doesn’t love a good blog series?! If you want to read about the fun and quirky book “Modern One-Block Quilts” and see cute pictures of an adorable baby girl floral quilt, click here!
Today’s stop on the Quilt Book Review Series is a book that has been around for a little while but will always be a winner in my eyes! My mom got Simply Retro by Camille Roskelley a few years ago and I have been looking through these beautiful patterns ever since! I’ve actually made FOUR baby quilts already from patterns in this amazing book, so you can definitely say I got my money’s worth! (That is a joke since I stole my mom’s book… thanks mom, you’re the best!)