New Pattern - The Penny Quilt!

Meet the Penny Quilt Pattern! I feel like I had to wait so, so long to share this one with you and I have been so excited.


The Penny Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilting


I think you are really going to love this pattern. It is constructed by making big blocks, then cutting them into pieces, so the quilt actually comes together really quickly.


The Penny Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilting


My absolute favorite, favorite thing about this pattern is how well it looks with different fabric combinations. Want to use more muted colors? It works!


The Penny Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilting


Want to go for a more limited color range with solids? That works too!


The Penny Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilting


Plus, even though it isn't completely fat quarter friendly, you can use MOSTLY fat quarters to make your quilt.

The Penny Quilt Pattern Fabric Requirements


I will post more about the cover version of the pattern, the second version that I made (using new Denyse Schmidt fabrics!), and my pattern testers quilts over the next few days. I have so many photos to share - this one was a lot of fun to photograph.


The Penny Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilting


If you would like to pick up your own version of the Penny Quilt Pattern, you can find it in the shop!


10 comments

  1. What a fun one! I love how you make big blocks and then cut them up!!

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    1. Thanks! It really speeds up the process and the quilt comes together pretty quickly.

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  2. Love this pattern!
    Kathleen -- kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  3. What an awesome quilt pattern! It looks so cool! Thanks for sharing it :)

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  4. How big are the blocks? I'm trying to plan a Quilt of Valor around a Marine Corps insignia panel.

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    1. They are 12" - the pattern has you make big blocks and then cut them into quarters.

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  5. Such a pretty pattern! I can't wait to get started! I'm planning on making the twin sized quilt, and have a question about the fabric requirements... Does the
    "(6) 1/2 yards" notation for fabrics A, B and C mean that I need a total of 9 yards (3 yards each for A B and C) for those parts of the pattern? Thanks so much!

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    1. Thank you! Yes, that is correct. If you are making the twin size, you will need six half yard cuts for each A, B, and C.

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