Hi Guys! I am releasing my new quilt pattern today called Moonrise. Hop over to my etsy shop to purchase.
Moonrise stemmed from my love of Alexia Abegg Moonrise fabric collection. Upon seeing her fabric line I knew I needed to make something special with it and the Moonrise quilt was born. I kept calling it my moonrise quilt so when I decided to pattern it the name stuck around. You can see the first quilt and in Alexia’s Moonrise fabric collection below.
The Moonrise quilt comes with 4 sizes included in the pattern. Starting with a baby size which is the perfect size for a crib or a floor mat. Next up is a throw size and the most made size for quilts in my opinion, the throw gives you the right size to make this a super quick sew along with ending up with a quilt usable by all people to snuggle. The last two size are a twin and a queen. These take a bit more time and fabric but would be the perfect addition to any bed or sofa if you like a little bit of a bigger snuggle quilt.
The pattern has a lot of information included for each size. It gives you the recommended fabric amounts for the suggested fabric combo for each size. Along with fabric requirements for making it all scrappy, or making the different parts of the quilt from the same fabric. Don’t worry even with all that info each size has it’s own page of fabric requirements and cutting amounts so it’s easy to decipher.
I also include, cutting diagrams for fat quarters and yardage along with a coloring sheet, and diagrams for laying out your quilt.
This little baby quilt is smaller than the pattern but you could whip it up from the pattern information easily. I went with the option to make each plus from a separate fabric for this and love the scrappy feel to it.
As you can see from the various options in this post that the pattern works well for all styles and combinations, from using a full fabric line, to selecting your own fabrics, to a scrappy style, or even solids. There is so much flexibility with this pattern.
This is the baby size, perfect for cribs. It was made by my friend Stephanie Thomas who was one of my testers. She used the adorable Little Red into the Woods line by Jill Howarth.
I hope you enjoy this peek at some fun quilts made from this pattern and will make your own and share the process with me on social media or through email.
You can purchase your copy of the Moonrise PDF pattern in my etsy shop today. Oh and a little hint if your looking for a discount code check out my podcast with Stephanie Socha. I shared a full shop discount over there. ;)
It’s a big week here in woollypetals land with podcast releases, fabric design, and a new pattern. So I hope you check one or two of those things out and they can inspire you. Let’s make beautiful things together.
This quilt is made with Tula Pink Freespirit Solids in Taffy, Hibiscus, Tula, Mojito, Aegean, Cerulean, and Iris. The background is Cotton and Steel XOXO basic in Chocolate Chip. Oh and isn’t this backing just about the cutest thing ever? It is all sorts of dollhouses and little girls playing and crafting. Big massive love for it! P.S. it’s called Welcome to my Dollhouse and is an Alexander Henry Print.
Thanks so much for stopping by!