Sunprint 2019

Sunprint 2019 Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting
I am a huge fan of Alison Glass, so when I was asked if I wanted to work with her new Sunprint collection, my arm did not have to be twisted ;)

Sunprint 2019 Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

I was originally planning on updating my Alice Quilt pattern, but then I sketched this quilt up in EQ8 and decided it would make a great new, layer cake friendly pattern.

Sunprint 2019 Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

One of the things that I really like about Alison's fabrics is that they are so gorgeous together, but they are also fantastic as blenders to mix with other collections. This iteration of her Sunprint fabrics works so well mixed with other collections that I am not even a little bit sad that I have some scraps to add to my stash.

Sunprint 2019 Rachel Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting


For the backing fabric I used Kona Pomegranate and did my normal big stitch binding.

Sunprint 2019 Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting

Sunprint 2019 will be available very soon so watch out for it!

Sunprint 2019 Rachel Quilt - Kitchen Table Quilting
Finished Size: 59" x 79"
Pattern: The Rachel Quilt
Fabric: Sunprint 2019
Batting: Warm and Natural

The Rachel Quilt Pattern by Kitchen Table Quilting - Made in Sunprint 2019 by Alison Glass The Rachel Quilt Pattern by Kitchen Table Quilting - Made in Sunprint 2019 by Alison Glass

4 comments

  1. Oh my gosh, I agree, first off the quilt is wonderful! This is really such a lovely way to show off these sparkly brights! I love this fabric too. Hopefully you have some scraps to make something little and special

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  2. Love the bright squares and the layout.

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  3. Just saw you on IG and see you are asking for advice getting motivated to sew. For me, I like to do a simple project - pillowcases - so much fun and easy to finish several in an afternoon - or do string blocks - mindless sewing! Your patterns are phenomenal and your color choices are beautiful! Sometimes you need to take a step back away from quilts and go simple. Good luck!

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