It has been a crazy week. I'm trying to get three new patterns released for fall quilt market -- which is only two weeks away. I have also been working on a couple of presentations.
So this is my excuse for failing to get my planned Electric Quilt video completed-- but I definitely have the video on the to do list for next week.
So for this week, I thought I would focus on my latest released pattern. This is one of those patterns that can be done quickly -- think a day or a weekend for the project. It is also incredibly versatile.
Fabric selection is super easy. Just select a theme fabric, sashing and six coordinating fat quarters.
I really like the idea of row quilts. They are easy to chunk into small manageable sections to work on. They also make great group projects.
Here is another row quilt made my quilt group at church. This quilt will be going to a member of the congregation that is needed to move to Assisted Living. Her family was cleaning her condominium and found a lot of "clown" fabric. This lovely lady performed as a clown for many years and obviously collected some fabric along the way. We decided to make a quilt top (and finished it in a day). Each of us took a row to work on. All the fabric for the quilt came from her collection. It was really fun to make do with what she had and we hope she will enjoy the final quilt.
Featured Pattern - Two Plus Six Equals Easy
This “go to” baby/toddler quilt is easy to select fabrics for and it’s easy to modify so everyone on your list doesn’t end up with the same quilt. And, more importantly, it’s quick and easy to sew.
Why the title? This quilt uses two main fabrics and six fat quarters, making fabric selection a breeze.
At 36" wide, the quilt length can vary from 45"-60" depending on the number of rows you use. Make it your way!
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