The Tessa Quilt in Solids

When I made my very first version of my Tessa Quilt pattern I knew I needed to make a solids version and I finally made it happen this month.

The Tessa Quilt in Solids - Kitchen Table Quilting

Putting this one together was so much fun. I love blues and greens and this pattern is quick and fun to put together (I promise, there isn't a single y-seam in this quilt).

The Tessa Quilt in Solids - Kitchen Table Quilting

Edited: I got a better photo and replaced the old one. Yay! Hopefully someday I will get proper photos of this (slightly wrinkly) quilt, but in the meantime, this is all I could manage. We are due for about a week of rain and I didn't want to wait another week to share this one!

The fabrics in this quilt are all Michael Miller Cotton Couture. Their blues and greens and blue/greens are my absolute favorite of any solid brand, in particular Mermaid and Bottle. They are SO GOOD!

The Tessa Quilt in Solids - Kitchen Table Quilting
The Tessa Quilt in Solids - Kitchen Table Quilting



Now I think I need to make this pattern again in purples, pinks, and oranges. This is actually my favorite of any pattern I have ever written (and it's also my most popular pattern). I love that it works with just about any fabric.

The Tessa Quilt in Solids - Kitchen Table Quilting

If you make your own version of this pattern, please tag me on Instagram and use the hashtag #thetessaquilt!  You can pick up a copy in the shop.

9 comments

  1. Really lovely! I love it in these cool solids. And for the record, my garage door has helped me out numerous times! ;-)

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    1. Thank you! That garage door is really not quite the same, but it works in a pinch :)

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  2. Tessa in solids looks wonderful!! I've still got to trim the edges and finish my batik version of Tessa...maybe before Xmas?!

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    1. Sounds like a good goal! I did a little tutorial on trimming Tessa in my Instagram story highlights if you are feeling apprehensive about it!

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  3. Hi there! I'm wondering if the Tessa Quilt pattern is fat quarter friendly? I purchased Valori Wells Murmur collection; 24 fat quarters, that I would like to use. Thank you!!

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    1. I'm sorry, it isn't fat quarter friendly. You can use fat quarters for all but 2 of the fabrics for the baby size, but the lap sizes uses 8 fat quarters and 6 half yard cuts, plus the sashing, background, etc. I tried to make it fat quarter friendly but it just didn't work! If you click on the link below you can see the fabric requirements. You can use a fat quarter for anything that is listed as 1/4 yard.

      https://shop.kitchentablequilting.com/collections/pdf-quilt-patterns/products/the-tessa-quilt-pdf-pattern

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