I am very excited to share with you my latest finished quilt, Ring Toss. It is a quilt I made for a friend as a thank you for the bags of fabric she dropped off at my door after she cleaned out her sewing room. A friend like that definitely deserves a quilt, don’t you think?
I pulled what I knew to be some of her favorite prints, paired them with some fabrics from my stash, and a quilt was born. I am really happy with how came out. I just can’t help but to smile every time I look at it. It is bright and colorful with a hint of scrappiness. The perfect quilt to brighten any mood.
This is a great quilt for a confident beginner. The block combines two of my favorite quilting techniques, half square triangles and partial seam piecing, valuable skills to add to your quilting library. If you would like to make this quilt for yourself I will be posting a tutorial tomorrow.
Don’t forget you can always find links to my other quilt (and craft) tutorials on the sidebar of this page or by clicking the Quilt Tutorials tab at the top of this page.
This quilt measures about 60” square with 49 blocks pieced together in a 7 by 7 layout. For the fabrics I used variety of fat quarters by various designers, pieced with Kona white. For the backing and the binding I used Remix Rainbow Bright Chevron by Robert Kaufman, and a green dot that is part of the Rainy Days and Mondays collection by Riley Blake. The quilting is a basic straight line that is spaced less than an inch apart using a white cotton tread.
Edited to add: The tutorial for this quilt can be found here.
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