The Judy Quilt in Kinder

 A while back - a year ago? two? I can't keep track of time anymore - I picked up Kinder by Heather Ross specifically to make a quilt for my son's kindergarten teacher. He wasn't in kindergarten at the time, but I know that it was too perfect to pass up.


The Judy Quilt in Kinder - Kitchen Table Quilting


So for the past year? two years? I have been on the lookout for the perfect pattern for the collection and finally, I found it. Once I designed The Judy Quilt Pattern, I knew that I had found the winner.


The Judy Quilt in Kinder - Kitchen Table Quilting


The pattern gave me the ability to do some fussy cutting and to show off the other fabrics. It is a unique pattern and handles the colors of the collection without being too crazy. I am so pleased.


The Judy Quilt in Kinder - Kitchen Table Quilting


This worked out very well because now my youngest son is actually in kindergarten - I couldn't have foreseen that he would be doing kindergarten over Zoom, but he has a wonderful kindergarten teacher and hopefully he will get to actually see her in person before the end of the school year so that we can give her this quilt.


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I am a HUGE Heather Ross fan - her fabrics have such great whimsy, use wonderful colors, and have the best details. I rarely buy full fabric collections, but I have bought many of Heather's and never regret it. They always make fantastic quilts to gift to someone.


The Judy Quilt in Kinder - Kitchen Table Quilting


Don't worry, I still have ANOTHER version of this pattern to show you, I really got on a roll with this pattern! It works well with a lot of fabrics because it is both quick to make and fat quarter friendly - two of my favorite things.


If you would like to see previous versions of this pattern, check here, here, and here.


The Judy Quilt in Kinder - Kitchen Table Quilting


If you would like to pick up your own copy of The Judy Quilt, both paper and PDF versions are available in the shop!


5 comments

  1. Wow, this is the best version yet - spectacular. Your son's teacher will swoon!!

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    1. Thank you! I really want to make sure she feels appreciated - this year has been hard!

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  2. I love, love this pattern and this version is perfect! Sometimes it's fun to cut up fabric into little pieces but other times fabric is so lovely larger cuts are imperative. Love this!

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    1. I agree - this was a good collection for larger cuts. It is nice to be able to see more of the fabric!

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  3. Love all the versions - the Halloween really accentuates the "picture frames". I always hate to cut favorite fabric - and with this pattern I can use the big pattern fabrics. Really flexible. Thanks!

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