The Mary Quilt - A New Pattern

The Mary Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilt
Another week, another new pattern! This is The Mary Quilt.

The Mary Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilt

Here are some details about the pattern:
  • The baby size version uses fat eighths and the lap and twin size versions both use fat quarters!
  • It is great for experienced beginners - the most difficult part of the block is making flying geese, so if you are comfortable with that step (or you are wanting to get comfortable with flying geese) this is a great project for you.
  • The pattern can look drastically different based on fabric choices - see the pattern testers's quilts below. Also, this week I am working on making another Mary Quilt for myself and I will be posting progress shots on Instagram all week so make sure to follow along!
  • The pattern has instructions for baby, lap, and twin size versions.

The Mary Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilt

For my quilt, I used Moonrise by Alexia Abegg and it is SOOOO pretty. The colors are beautiful and muted and I love all of the details in the prints. 

The Mary Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilt

The pattern is available as both a PDF and a paper pattern and is 20% off. There is also a coloring sheet for each size so that you can plan out your version of the quilt.

The Mary Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilt
The Mary Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilt

I had some wonderful pattern testers that helped me along with this pattern and I am excited to share their quilts with you.

Barbara's Mary Quilt


Laura's Mary Quilt


Miranda's Mary Quilt


Thank you for all of your support on The Katie Quilt pattern last week; I have one more to introduce next week. 

Head over to the shop to pick up your own copy of the pattern!

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9 comments

  1. Very nice, again! Alas, flying geese are not my friends . . . Love the colors in the last picture version.

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  2. Great design, especially I like the fabric you have selected for this wonderful quilt. The colours reflect nicely the quilt pattern.

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  3. What an interesting design! I'll be looking forward to seeing the next one, too.

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  4. It's amazing how different a design can look just by changing the colors! I love all of the versions. (And thanks for naming it after me. Always an honor. 😉)

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