June 21, 2021

Sweet Caroline II Quilt Pattern - Gray and Yellow One in Twin Size!

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Today I'm sharing an oh-so-sweet Sweet Caroline II quilt in modern gray and yellow!  



So Many Sizes!

Sweet Caroline II includes 4 sizes - Throw, Twin, Queen, and King.  My patterns include as many sizes as possible.  I do love spoiling you!  

This quilt is the Twin size.


Oh Those Fabrics!

This Sweet Caroline II quilt is made with just five fabrics.  Three yellows (all from an older V and Co fabric collection), white, and a mottled gray.  The pattern tells you where to place the fabrics so the yellows end up in the middle of the patchwork blocks.


It's Entirely Strip Pieced - Of Course!

A trademark feature in my patterns is strip piecing whenever possible.  Life is about making more quilts, so let's make them quicker!  You will not be sewing individual squares together; you'll be sewing strip sets, sub-cutting them, and then sewing them together to make blocks.  It's oh-so-fun and quick!




Longarm Quilting

The quilting design is Woven Wind, a digital design, quilted on my Handi Quilter Fusion with ProStitcher in gray thread.  I love the old-fashioned look of this design that takes old-fashioned, modern quilts to a whole 'nother level!  Is that an oxymoron?

This quilt top was made by Kare and quilted and bound by me.



Sweet Caroline and Sweet Caroline II

You may have noticed that I also have a Sweet Caroline quilt pattern, in addition to Sweet Caroline II. Hmm, why is that?  I'm glad you asked!  Sweet Caroline is made with a variety of medium and dark prints, and Sweet Caroline II is made with just five fabrics.  The first pattern didn't make sense when using only five fabrics, so a new pattern had to be written for it to make sense.  




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