Fat Quarter Flowers quilt pattern by Melissa Corry is a wonderful pattern that you can and should wear for any special occasion or even in your everyday life. Of course, even on your picnic. Let’s talk a bit more about this pattern?
Fat Quarter Flowers quilt pattern
The Fat Quarter Flowers PDF Kimberly shows you how to make the super easy Fat Quarter Flowers Quilt. Using two rolls of 7″ Square Triangle Paper Triangles on a Roll #H700 will make this Quilt Shortcut sew together quickly and accurately. Finished Size: 52.5″ x 65.5″.
The Fat Quarter Flowers quilt is put together in such a fun way that makes it so you don’t have to worry about lining up near as many stitches, and that is always great when you are working on a fast finish.
The Fat Quarter Flowers Pattern is actually 20 blocks, but I wanted to make my quilt a little larger so I added an extra block to each row and then an extra row. It’s just 10 blocks more and they went together in no time at all 😉 You know, I am always changing things up just a bit, tee hee hee.
As you can tell by the name, this quilt is Fat Quarter friendly. I used a Fat Quarter Bundle of The Print Shop by Sweetwater for Moda. And I just love that this line had so many wonderful low volume prints. It worked perfectly for a scrappy low volume background!!! And of course, I am a huge fan of lines that have lots of red and black, because that means this will work as another Alma Mater quilt 😉
But of course, if you want to make the Fat Quarter Flowers in the original fabrics (awesome Harper’s Garden that I am using for my Starstruck Medallion Quilt Along Quilt!!!) then there is a quilt kit and the backing set for that as well 😉
So, let’s get quilting! The Fat Quarter-friendly quilt pattern looks complicated, but the technique for making the flowers is surprisingly simple! Follow along with Kimberly as she walks you through the Fat Quarter Flowers step by step!