So I sewed up the Easy Peasy Quilt by the amazing Bobbie Stucki or A Vision to Remember! This goes in the record books as my first official quilt finished... Ha! I knew it would happen eventually! And boy did I have a good time doing it. This pattern is for children and my daughter is too big to use it on her bed but she loves lap blankets while watching movies or playing outside with her stuffed animals. The model stuffed animal for today is tiny zebra... yes he is named "Tiny Zebra".
Western Washington has slid into it's rainy cold season so I used a layer of batting in between my two layers to make sure my little lady stayed warm. And she thought it was super thick and great for playing outside in the cold grass!
I used a random fat quarter pack that she fell in love with at Walmart for my squares and an Autism Awareness jelly roll for most of the strips. I didn't have enough strips for the quilt in one jelly roll so if you are planning on using a roll, buy two! But they work perfectly because they are already the perfect height and anything that makes cutting easier is my type of solution. Now if I could only find precut 12 1/2" squares...
Since Bug was so gracious and helped Mom cut all of those seams, I let her do some wild hair modeling! She has always loved playing outside so having her own blanket brought up picnic dreams and adventurous plans!
Overall, I can honestly say that this was absolutely easy peasy and I loved making it! I look forward to making more and I will probably attach 2 together to make a larger one for my son to have. Have you made a rag quilt before? Drop me a comment and let me know what you thought. And don't forget to enter the rafflecopter to win a prize. Oh and use the coupon code to buy ANYTHING from A Vision To Remember! I can't wait to sew more quilts!!!!
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