Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Children At Play Chevron Quilt

Prior to creating the Wee Wander Pinwheel Quilt, I had a similar design in mind for the fabrics I purchased from the Children at Play collection, also by Sarah Jane Studios. Problem is I never got around to actually making the quilt. The Children at Play fabric line also features a large border print, as many of Sarah Jane's collections do. This one showcases a whimsical scene of children playing -- hence the name of the collection. Similar to the Wee Wander quilt, I used half square triangles (HSTs) above the border print, but this time in a chevron pattern. I used four different gingham prints from the same line and an off white solid to create the HTSs.
I really love the soft colors and the sweet illustrations. This border print will forever be a classic.
For the backing, I used a blue and pink pinwheel print and for the binding a pink and white polka dot print, both from the Children at Play collection. I quilted it in a horizontal zig zag pattern to mimic the chevrons. The finished size is approximately 35" x 38".
I have TWO of these adorable quilts available for sale in my Etsy shop. The second one has a slightly different backing and binding print, but they are finished the same way. Both would be amazing gifts for a baby or toddler.

Here are the links:
Children at Play Quilt - Polka Dot Border
Children at Play Quilt - Chevron Border

Or just visit my shop here:
Freshly Handmade [the shop]


Linked To:
Quilt Story for Fabric Tuesday
Blossom Heart Quilts for Sew Cute Tuesday
I Have to Say... for Show and Tell Tuesday

10 comments:

  1. OMG, this is SO adorable! This line is one of my all time favorites. I love what you did with it.

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  2. P.S. Where did you get your cute tags that you wrapped it up with the pretty ribbon?

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  3. I love the way you used the border! Well done:) Sarah Jane is one of my favorites, too.

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  4. I love the border print! Well done. it looks amazing!

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  5. Very sweet quilt, Stacy! I love how you continued the chevron quilting into the Children at Play border. I just visited your shop. You do nice work!

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  6. Wow!!! I have this fabric, and haven't known what to do with it. I hope you don't mind my using your idea. Just brilliant.

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  7. Oh this is such a sweet quilt!

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  8. I love the way you have used the border print and the whole quilt is just gorgeous! I bet it sells quickly! Well done!

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