Cozy Up - Quilt Ideas

As fun as it would be to make a quilt with every new fabric collection that I love, there just isn't enough time! Instead, I am going to try out doing a weekly (or every other week) post with mockups of a popular fabric collection using my patterns. If there is a particular collection that you would like to see mocked up - let me know!


A Penny Quilt for a Teacher


This week I am using Cozy Up by Corey Yoder for Moda.  This is a fall collection and the leaves are just starting to turn here in Oregon so it seemed like excellent timing. I have mocked up the collection using three different patterns - it was a lot of fun to work with!


The Penny Quilt

This pattern uses a combination of fat quarters and 1/3 yard cuts

The Penny Quilt in Cozy Up - Kitchen Table Quilting

Even-Steven

This pattern is fat quarter friendly!

Even-Steven Quilt in Cozy Up - Kitchen Table Quilting

The Hazel Quilt

This pattern is fat quarter friendly!

The Hazel Quilt in Cozy Up - Kitchen Table Quilting

It is so interesting to see how different fabrics can change a pattern but also how different patterns can change the fabric. Which one is your favorite?

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  1. My fave is the Penny Quilt.

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  2. I like them all but I love the Hazel mockup. Now I have to go buy a fat quarter bundle of Cozy Up and make it.

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    1. Oh I am jealous that you get to make it! That is one of my favorite of my own patterns and wish I had time to put one together right now.

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  3. Thank you! This is a great idea. I hope you continue. I have such a hard time looking at a pattern and then picking the right fabric line. This will be so helpful. A Christmas collection in traditional colors would be wonderful.

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    1. That's a great idea! I'm going to give it a try for a while and see if it useful - I will do Christmas fabrics soon.

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  4. I love the Penny quilt in those fabrics!

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