Made for my 8 year old grandson with “sports” as was his request! Used some fabric from stash that he has either liked or was with me when I bought it. Also used an old flannel shirt pocket. He uses it for one of his little “stuffies” stuffed animals. It is made with flannel, fleece, cotton fabrics and backed with a solid piece of flannel.
Quilt #23. I didn't quilt much at the start of the Covid and finally got back in during the Fall of 2020. I had a Kansas Troubles "Through The Years" layer cake hanging out "in stash" and then found this simple pattern from MSQC and they seemed perfect together. The borders are "Through The Years" yardage. Final size is 86" square, the perfect size for a queen bed. This is a donation quilt, so I used a poly batt because some people just assume everything is wash and dry with no extra care. Case in point, I knitted a lovely red, white and blue wool afghan and my (now) least favorite sister machine washed it in hot water, so of course it shrank. Her only comment was "Who uses wool for an afghan?" Moving on. I used 108" backing, love them, then I gave it to the daughter-in-law, brand new to free motion long arm quilting, to finish. It turned out pretty well for a newbie quilter, she has skills! Thanks, Hillary! Posted 051322.
I made this quilt for my great room using a couple of layer cakes, matching charm pack and one of those "Cake Mix" paper patterns and quilted it on my Q'nique. I'm pretty happy with the result but don't think I'll mess with the paper cake mixes again...seems like more trouble than it's worth.
This is a pattern from quite sometime ago. I donated it for an adult for Uvadle. The pattern is Lynne Hagmeier from Kansa Trouble Quilters. The quilt is 70 1/2 by 83 1/2. Uses a layer cake and yardage. You can also find it here: http://kansastroublesquilters-lynne.blogspot.com/2014/09/paisley-park-preview-week-2.html
I had this fabric line that I absolutely love. Kinda modern-ish, and the colors seemed retro... and I had no idea on what I wanted to do with it... until I looked up "square quilt patterns free layer cake". And TAAADAAA! This quilt block was MADE for this fabric line! Fabric Line: Quotation by Zen Chic for Moda Quilt Block: Framed Quilt by Ann Ferguson Quilts AND I added a black 1 1/2 inch border to make the colors really POP!
My son has been rooming with the same guys through 3 years of collage and then 2 years a grad. School. So the last 2 guys got jobs and will be leaving the area. I made this quilt for one of them. The other roommate took one from their apartment that I made. The quilt is 72 by 89. And I used a layer cake. The layer cake was Secret Stash Cool Tones 10" Squares Laundry Basket Quilts for Andover Fabrics.