New Pattern - the Ivy Quilt

Remember how my last pattern featured Halloween fabrics on the cover? Well then it shouldn't be a shock to see Christmas prints on the cover of my newest pattern — meet the Ivy Quilt.

The Ivy Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilting

This pattern is jelly roll or fat eighth/fat quarter friendly (the smaller sizes use fat eighths, the larger sizes use fat quarters). And yes, that means that the quilt has directions for 4 different sizes:

Baby Size - 37" x 46"

Lap Size - 55" x 64"

Twin Size - 73" x 92"

Queen Size - 92" x 110"

The Ivy Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilting

Construction for this quilt is on point and just involves squares — no triangles or crazy shapes. It does require a little bit of planning as you make your quilt so don't forget to pick up the coloring pages for the pattern.

This is a really versatile pattern and will work with lots of different fabric combinations and collections. You will want to make sure that your cornerstone fabric stands out from your other prints. A good way to do this is to use a much darker or much lighter valued print (or something really bright!) to make sure that the design stands out.

As you can see, I used a darker print for my cover quilt. I have a couple more samples of this quilt + plenty of mockups to share with you this week.

The Ivy Quilt Pattern - Kitchen Table Quilting

If you would like to pick a copy of the Ivy Quilt, you can find both the PDF and paper copy in my shop. 

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