Loved to Pieces Quilt (with a tutorial and a shop sale)

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This quilt is available for sale in my shop here!

A while back (wow, almost exactly 3 years ago!) I wrote a tutorial for a super simple, beginner friendly quilt that I made using Jeni Baker's Curiosities collection.

Recently I have been thinking that I would like to make a new version of the quilt and rewrite the tutorial to use fat quarters. Mister Domestic's Loved to Pieces fabrics that came in the July Culcita Box were perfect!
Loved to Pieces Quilt
I figured that while I was at it, I would expand the sizing as well so the new version of the tutorial also includes instructions for a lap size version.
Loved to Pieces Quilt
The baby size version uses 10 fat quarter so I used all but 2 of the FQs in the Culcita Box. If you are interested in making your very first quilt, this one is perfect. It is also a really quick project - I think I cut and pieced mine in about 2 hours.
Loved to Pieces QuiltLoved to Pieces Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting
I really enjoyed working with the Loved to Pieces collection - I particularly love the green print with the different flowers.

For the backing fabric I used a pink Sara Lawson print that I had in my stash for a while. The binding is a dark gray Art Gallery Solid.
Loved to Pieces Quilt
You can find the tutorial (for free!) in my shop here.

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If you would like to pick up this month's box, or subscribe to a monthly Culcita box delivery, check out the options on their website.  
Loved to Pieces Super Simple, Beginner Friendly Quilt Tutorial - Kitchen Table Quilting Loved to Pieces Super Simple, Beginner Friendly Quilt Tutorial - Kitchen Table Quilting

6 comments

  1. Thank you so much for the pattern Erica ! - Simple but beautiful and I admire how straight your quilting
    lines are !

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    1. Thank you! I promise they aren't as perfect as they look ;)

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  2. Erica, this pattern really showcases this line of lovely fabrics

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  3. AS you know, I am always on the lookout for quick quilt patterns! Once again - thank you for your generosity and creativity! The pattern is perfect for the fabric, and I agree - your quilting lines are perfect!

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