The Sylvie Quilt - Pattern Testers' Quilts

A Baby Size Sylvie Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

Today I get to share my pattern testers' quilts with you! Because this pattern is a little different than what you normally see, I had more testers test the pattern - I wanted to make sure that the pattern was as easy to follow as it is easy to make. 

So that means I have a lot of photos here for you! I am always so amazed to see what people do with my patterns and so I am extra excited to share all of these gorgeous photos with you. I have linked to each testers' Instagram account so you can check out more of their work. 

The Sylvie Quilt - Baby Version

A while ago I realized that it had been ages since I had made a baby quilt which is crazy because they are my favorite thing to make! Now that I am not as young as I once was, most of my friends are done having kids and I just don't have any babies around.

The Sylvie Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilting

But then I remembered that I can make whatever I want and I want to make more baby quilts. Conveniently enough, my cousin and his wife are having a baby boy so I decided they needed a baby version of the Sylvie Quilt

The Sylvie Quilt in Tarrytown

I am glad that you are all as excited as I am about this new pattern. When I am designing patterns, I want to stay true to myself but also be able to offer a variety of styles, precut friendly options, etc. in my patterns and the Sylvie Quilt fills a niche that I never get tired of adding to - quick and fun.

The Sylvie Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

The quilt on the cover of the pattern uses Tarrytown by Kim Kight for Ruby Star Society. I have been a fan of Kim's fabrics ever since she released Lucky Strike (the purple floral from that collection is one of my all-time favorite prints) and she has now released a whole bunch of really adorable collections.

New Pattern - The Sylvie Quilt

The Sylvie Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quiltingvie8
You have no idea how excited I have been to share the Sylvie Quilt with you! This one has been floating around in my brain for a while and I finally made it happen.

The Sylvie Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilting

If you have been around here for a while and have heard me talk about pattern writing, you know that I have a few different goals when writing patterns. These goals vary a little - I like to have variety and keep things interesting, but I also want to be true to myself as a quilter. This new pattern, the Sylvie Quilt, checks some important boxes:

The Violet QAL Week 5 - Quilting and Binding

This is the step that intimidated me the most when I first started quilting, but it has become one of the most enjoyable steps in the process as I have become more comfortable with it. Improving my basting skills really helped boost my confidence with quilting - also, finding a quilting style that works for me.

The Violet Quilt - Kitchen Table Quiltingt


There are a lot of different ways to quilt your quilt. I almost always do straight line quilting on my machine so I will be talking mostly about that, but I will give you some resources if you have other plans.

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