Little Folks Voile Quilt

About a million years ago, I bought a whole ton of Little Folks Voile when it was on a crazy good sale and it has been preserved on a shelf on my sewing room ever since. It is so soft. The colors are so pretty. It was too precious to cut.

The Rachel Quilt Pattern - A Layer Cake Friendly Pattern by Erica of Kitchen Table Quilting

But this year I have decided it is time to start cutting into that precious stuff . . . but I didn't want to cut it TOO much. That is where the idea for this pattern was born.

The Rachel Quilt is a layer cake friendly pattern (I actually cut my 10" squares from fat quarters, it still worked out fine!) that highlights your favorite fabrics without having to cut them up into tiny little pieces.

I introduced this quilt last week with my pattern tester's quilts, but I wanted to share a little more about my version.

The Rachel Quilt Pattern - A Layer Cake Friendly Pattern by Erica of Kitchen Table Quilting

This is my second time making this pattern (first version here) and it is remarkably fast to put together. It is perfect for an experienced beginner and beyond.

The Rachel Quilt Pattern - A Layer Cake Friendly Pattern by Erica of Kitchen Table Quilting

I was a little worried about mixing the voile prints with quilting cottons, but everything sewed up beautifully. The backing and binding are also Little Folks Voile so the whole quilt is light and soft and silky.

The Rachel Quilt Pattern - A Layer Cake Friendly Pattern by Erica of Kitchen Table Quilting

In addition to the voile prints, I used two of my all time favorite solids for this quilt:

The Rachel Quilt pattern is available in my shop as a PDF or a paper pattern, heave over and pick up a copy for yourself!

Finished Size: 59" x 79"

The Rachel Quilt Pattern - A Layer Cake Friendly Pattern by Erica of Kitchen Table Quilting The Rachel Quilt Pattern - A Layer Cake Friendly Pattern by Erica of Kitchen Table Quilting The Rachel Quilt Pattern - A Layer Cake Friendly Pattern by Erica of Kitchen Table Quilting

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  1. Absolutely LOVE this!! I purchased your pattern last week...still love it this week. Can't wait to get my own version stitched!!

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  2. Thanks for sharing your info. I really appreciate your efforts and I will be waiting for helix jump

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