Wildflower Meadow pattern and tutorial
I originally designed this quilt pattern to make a gift for my aunt. I loved it so much I decided I had to write it up and share it with you all.
This is an awesome stash buster quilt. I used up a bunch of fat quarters I bought when I first started quilting (they’re at least six years old) so I’m feeling pretty good about reducing the yardage I have on hand. Using a solid for the background helps give the eye a place to rest so you can fit in just about any fabric.
And don’t be scared of all those triangles. I made this entire quilt in a weekend, so it goes together pretty quickly. Plus, I’ve got some great tips and tricks in the video tutorial above.
I normally do my own quilting, but for this one I gave it Jennifer Shaw over at Quilting By-You. I rent time on a longarm over there, so she knows my style … the more quilting the better. All I had to ask for was that she do something organic with scrolls and she cranked out this beauty that I just love.
The pattern was originally used in a fabric exchange and those quilts are starting to pop up over on Facebook. But now you can purchase the pattern individually.
Just click here to purchase the pattern.