You might recognize this modern throw size Sail quilt from the cover of the quilt pattern! This quilt is officially one of my favorites and really brings out the summer vibes!
I made this quilt with all solids fabrics using some pinks, golds, blues, and even some more neutral natural shades too. This throw size Sail quilt came together really quick because of the simplicity of the pattern and using my AccuQuilt fabric cutting machine. The pattern includes instructions for using both traditional methods of cutting or die cutting the fabric.
One quilt pattern, yet so many options!
I want to share with you my experience making the First Gift Quilt.
I recently made this super fun quilt that I couldn’t help but write up a little pattern review. You can purchase this pattern on Lo & Behold’s website HERE.
Brittany from @Loandbeholdstitchery created this pattern based on a quilt her grandmother had given to her when she was a baby. Talk about some beautiful history!
I did both my traditional and modern versions with fabrics by PaintBrush Studio. You can purchase them through Pineapple Fabrics for really good prices! See the photo captions to know exactly which colors I chose. The colors I used for the traditional quilt are: Sky, Haze, Revel, Aluminum, and Abyss, and the colors I used for he modern quilt are: White, Pale Silver, Poseidon, Pale Aqua, and Abyss.
The things I love about this pattern are that it looks way more complex than it is, and can look drastically different based on what you do with it! There are so many possibilities and Brittany really knows how to break down each step for you. She even made the pattern into strip-pieced sections to save SO MUCH TIME. Seriously, the way she streamlines quilt piecing is amazing!