May 1, 2020

Summer on the Porch Quilt Pattern in 4 Sizes!

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The Summer on the Porch quilt pattern has returned from her trip around the world and gone through a special polishing, and is ready for you!  Two sizes have been added to the quilt pattern - Throw and King - to bring the total number of sizes to four.

The pattern includes instructions on organizing the pieces and keeping them together in order to end up with organized blocks with matching star points.  There is even a splash of strip piecing included in the pattern - my favorite method to include.  ♥

This is a fat quarter friendly quilt pattern, so grab your favorite FQs, add in a contrasting background fabric, and Go!  I love the combination of navy, aqua, red, pink and green prints in florals, stripes, and ginghams from the Garden Party fabric collection.  While sometimes fabric selection is more difficult because of worrying about where it's placed in the quilt, this design comes with none of that fear.  Every fabric will be placed in every location within a quilt block at some point, and you decide which fabrics are placed together within each quilt block.  This means you can create blocks with bold contrast to create the greatest pop factor.

Summer on the Porch looks great in other fabrics and backgrounds.  Here's a peek.  These are all Twin size.

Quilt Stats:
Pattern:  Summer on the Porch, available here or below.
Size:  95" x 95"
Fabric:  Garden Party by Bluprint, click here to see it.
Batting:  Hobbs Heirloom 80/20 cotton poly
Quilting:  Diagonal bias plaid on Gratitude my Handi Quilter Fusion with ProStitcher

This quilt is for sale in my shop right here.

Let's Celebrate with a Sale!

To celebrate her debut, Summer on the Porch is on sale through Sunday in my shop.  You can shop directly via the link below.  The sale price will be reflected in your cart.

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Allison said...

Another lovely design Myra! I like the scrappy look you've achieved alongside the calm traditional block structure. If you know what I mean...? :-)

Rebecca Grace said...

This is so pretty, Myra! I love your color scheme and I'm such a sucker for star quilts. Great name, too -- I can almost taste the watermelon and hear the kids running through the sprinklers...

Alycia~Quiltygirl said...

Love it! and so ready for Summer on the Porch!!