Saturday, April 09, 2011

Royal Squares Quilt

Awe, thank you so much guys for your condolences for my failed New York Cardigan! And I appreciate your input on which project to start next. I'm so torn between the Effortless Cardi and the Atelier cardi, I think I'm going to go with Effortless because after looking at all the gorgeous Atelier cardis I think it deserves something hand-dyed like MadelineTosh or Plucky Yarns. I will save up and splurge on that next!

Anyway. Check out my newly finished quilt! I'm calling it Royal Squares Quilt because it uses so many fabrics from the Castle Peeps collection from Lizzy House. (Listed in The Shop)

Royal Squares Quilt

Royal Squares Quilt

Royal Squares Quilt

Royal Squares Quilt

Would anyone be interested in a free pattern/tutorial for this quilt?

It seems like I started this forever ago but then the holidays hit and I got caught up finishing up other projects and doing lots of custom orders that it got put on the back burner for a while. I LOVE how it came out and am glad I finally got it finished!

23 comments:

Patrice said...

I really like this quilt. The colors make it pop. I'd love a tutorial or free pattern...if you've got time. :-)

Maryse said...

It is a gorgeous quilt! I love both sides a lot!

Jen said...

Just beautiful! I love the arrangement and color-pop. I too would be interested in a tutorial/pattern :) - Disentangled

danniellesteen30 said...

Love the quilt please do tutorial

snips said...

i would love to give this a go...tutorial/pattern would be great!

Rycrafty said...

It is beautiful! I don't quilt but I stalk your etsy shop regularly :)

Anonymous said...

Yes, please! Your quilt is lovely.
Janet

Meredith said...

Wow, that is an impressive quilt!

beth lehman said...

I would love a mini-tutorial - I found it by way of flickr and just love all the color. I did a bee block last month with a lot of color and grey - seen here:
http://www.flickr.com/groups/sewscrappysewhappy/ Yours looks a like it could be done scrappy-like!!

knottygnome said...

i LOVE that quilt! it's beautiful.

La MaƱosa said...

What a great quilt! I like the colors and the design--simple yet interesting. I'd definitely like to give this a try sometime!

Holli said...

This is *gorgeous*!

Rachael said...

Fun quilt, love the colors!

trace said...

Did you mention free pattern/tutorial? Why yes, PLEASE!!!!

peaknits said...

Gosh - gorgeous - and I have this pile of Castle Peeps....hmmm:)

Bea said...

Gorgeous. Love those colors with the white.

b.carr962 said...

This is fabulous. I would like the pattern but am unsure how to access it. Many thanks from a UK admirer.

Material Girl said...

Wow I just love this pattern, I found it on Craftsy, I knew right away that I had to have it, I have so many FQ's stashed away in a tote box that I didn't know what to make with them so I've printed out the pattern and it is one I will be making for sure.
I have also been looking for a pattern that I could use just a few FQ's (you know those little bundles that aren't enough to make a big quilt with) and I'm going to use this pattern for a table centre or runner.
Thanks-you so much... your quilts are all just beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Something SWEET about this design!

Anonymous said...

I'D LOVE a tutorial

Sue Timpson-Mannell said...

Did you ever post the tutorial?? sue

mle said...

Hi Sue, yes the free pattern is available. Just click on the tab that says "Free Patterns & Tutorials" here on my blog.

Kemper said...

I would like to recieve a free pattern. I am always looking for patterns that willl work well for scraps. This one fits the bill. Thank you.