Sunday, June 10, 2018

Second Look Sunday: Bow Tie Quilt + Pattern

Well hello there!  It's been quiet around here, hasn't it?  It's time for another Second Look Sunday post and I'm sharing a quilt I finished just this week, using a tutorial that originally appeared on my blog in 2015.

What's Second Look Sunday you ask??  Well, on the 2nd Sunday of each month I highlight and share a quilt tutorial from past years that you might have missed the first time around!

Bow Tie quilt tutorial from Andy of A Bright Corner - A fat quarter quilt that also makes a great scrap quilt project!

My original version of this quilt was made using some lovely Liberty prints and ever since then I've reeeaaallly wanted to re-make it in some summery, patriotic colors.  Right now I'm in love with the red/navy/aqua color combo.

Bow Tie quilt tutorial from Andy of A Bright Corner - A fat quarter quilt that also makes a great scrap quilt project!

The quit finishes at 56" x 70".  This time around I used fabrics from my stash and I tried not to repeat any prints - so it's got a fun and scrappy look to it.

It took longer to cut the fabrics this way, but the blocks stitch together quickly so it was still a pretty quick project.

Bow Tie quilt tutorial from Andy of A Bright Corner - A fat quarter quilt that also makes a great scrap quilt project!

You can find the original blog post and tutorial for this quilt here, and if you'd like a handy printable PDF pattern you can grab that here in my Craftsy shop.

If you make a bow tie quilt from my tutorial I'd love to see it!  Tag me on Instagram (@abrightcorner) or Facebook and use the hashtag #abcbowties so we can all see what you create!

Bow Tie quilt tutorial from Andy of A Bright Corner - A fat quarter quilt that also makes a great scrap quilt project!

Quilt Details:
56" x 70"
Pattern:  Ties to Liberty Bow Tie Quilt Pattern
Fabric:  Scraps from my stash
Quilting:  Honeycomb edge to edge computerized design





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