Break of Day Quilt

Sunrise Katie Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting
I have had a stack of solids pulled for a sunrise (sunset?) colored quilt for a little while and I am so glad that I finally got a chance to use it.

Sunrise Katie Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

This was made using my new Katie Quilt pattern. I wanted to show how versatile the pattern is - it can look so different based on your fabric selections. I started with the darkest, bluest purples in the middle, and then moved outward in rainbow order. These are some of my favorite colors, this project was a blast!

The Sunrise Katie Quilt
Sunrise Katie Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

A few people on Instagram requested that I write up a list of the fabrics that I used in my quilt. If you are interested, you can download it (for free) in my shop. Since I was working from my stash, I used a mixture of different brands of solids. The list of fabrics lists both the actual name/brand of each solid that I used as well as the closest Kona equivalent. 

While most of them are close enough equivalents, I have never found a peach fabric that I loved as much as Pure Elements Grapefruit. I go through TONS of it. 

Sunrise Katie Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting
Sunrise Katie Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

Since the front of the quilt had plenty of color going on, I backed the quilt in Carolyn Friedlander Widescreen. The binding fabric was the only solid from the quilt that had enough left over to make a binding - it is Kona Camellia.

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Sunrise Katie Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

Pattern: The Katie Quilt
Fabrics: Various Solids (find the list here)
Finished Size: 58" x 68"
Batting: Warm and White

Break of Day Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting Break of Day Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

8 comments

  1. Gorgeous quilt - I love your color choices. I'm so bad at visualizing how patterns will look with different fabrics so I love seeing projects like this.

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  2. Love this idea! Was hoping for quantities of the colors but that would be a real effort to determine! Thanks.

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    1. Yes, I'm sorry. I thought about it and would have loved to include that info if I had infinite time!

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  3. Oh the saturated colors on this quilt are so yummy! I just finished a quilt for my daughter using your design called The Betty Quilt. I just posted about it tonight. :)

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    1. Thank you! That is awesome! I originally made my Betty Quilt for my daughter so I love that!

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  4. OMG, this is so beautiful and makes me happy just looking at it! It’s amazing to me that it looks so different than the pattern.

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