Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Four Patch Spin quilt + Gingham Farmhouse Fabrics

Four Patch Spin quilt made by Andy of A Bright Corner using Gingham Farmhouse fabrics

Today I get to share with you a quilt I finished up last week before leaving for Quilt Market in Houston.  As a side note, I can't believe Halloween is just a couple of days away.  I still have some work to do on my son's costume-- yikes!  
Gingham Farmhouse fabrics found on A Bright Corner
The fabrics I used for this quilt are from a new line from Poppie Cotton called Gingham Farmhouse.  This line is filled with tiny ginghams, pretty florals, little houses, and sweet bunnies.  Aren't those gingham bunnies adorable?  You can see the entire Gingham Farmhouse line here.



Four Patch Spin quilt made by Andy of A Bright Corner using Gingham Farmhouse fabrics

The pattern I used is called Four Patch Spin and I'll have a PDF downloadable version of the pattern ready later this week.  It's fat quarter friendly (my favorite) and measures 40" x 56" but I'm thinking of adding a few more sizes to the pattern before sending it out into the world.  We all love having more size options, right?

Four Patch Spin quilt made by Andy of A Bright Corner using Gingham Farmhouse fabrics

I wanted to soften all of the straight lines in this quilt a little so I chose a loopy quilting design called Knit 1 Purl 2.  It's a computerized edge-to-edge design and it's one of my favorites - I've used it several times before.  On a related note, you can see my favorite edge-to-edge quilting designs here in this Pinterest board.

The backing is a Moda Bella Solid called Butter (9900-28) and it goes so well with the soft yellows in the Gingham Farmhouse line.

Four Patch Spin quilt made by Andy of A Bright Corner using Gingham Farmhouse fabrics

Quilt details:
40" x 56"
Pattern: Four Patch Spin (pattern coming soon)
Fabric: Gingham Farmhouse by Poppie Cotton
Quilting
Knit 1 Purl 2 (edge to edge computerized design)
Backing: Moda Bella Solid, Butter 9900-28


Four Patch Spin quilt made by Andy of A Bright Corner using Gingham Farmhouse fabrics

And if you'd like to see more projects using Gingham Farmhouse, you can follow along on the dates below!  Gingham Farmhouse fabrics are available now - ask at your local quilt shop, or you can find it here online.

Gingham Farmhouse fabric tour


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3 comments:

  1. VERY PRETTY! Don't usually use Black in my quilts, but I love this!
    THANKS for sharing!!!

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  2. I'm looking forward to see this pattern! I love the design and the overall look!

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  3. This is such a cute pattern!The fabrics are sew sweet!

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