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Saturday, March 30, 2019

Spring Sew Along Flower Fun Baby Quilt

Happy spring everyone!  

I’m happy to be back over on the 
Thermoweb blog
 to share my 
 I created with the Thermoweb Spring Sew Along Quilt Blocks.  



Combining patchwork with applique is one of my favorite ways to make quilts.  This baby sized quilt is fast to make and sweet to give.

All of the block patterns and the free pattern for this quilt
 can be found on the Thermoweb blog.


I used Hash Dot by Michael Miller fabrics
and Kona Cotton White.

in place while I quilted with Aurifil 50 wt. thread


Do you remember 30 Quilt Blocks in 30 Days?

I used the Classic block (#20) with the applique blocks to make this 


Did you follow the Valentine Quilt Block Sew Along over on the 
 Thermoweb blog?

Teaming up with other Thermoweb designers for the 
Spring Quilt Block Sew Along
 has been so much fun! 


As a member of the designer group,
I shared this quilt block:


Sweet Aster


 I used HeatNBond EZ Print Lite to print the patterns right on the fusible adhesive to create all of the quilt blocks. 
 Just print, fuse, cut, bond, and stitch.  It's that easy.



Click HERE to find my free pattern in a special blog post over at Thermoweb today.

I hope your day is full of spring sunshine!


If you are looking for the All About Strings Blog Hop post and giveaway, click HERE.  
Entries end Sunday, March 31st and the winner will be announce Monday April 1st.

6 comments:

Lisa Marie said...

What an adorable baby quilt! The bright colors and the cute appliques are just wonderful. Thanks for sharing the link to the pattern.

Scrapatches said...

Sew cute! Thanks for sharing ... :) Pat

Kathleen said...

Great use of the classsic block and applique!

Theresa said...

Such a sweet baby quilt!

Carol said...

Sweet!! Those applique blocks made an adorable quilt. Good choice for the setting blocks. Love it!

ShirleyC said...

So adorable! I can't live without my Heat-n-Bond and Spray-n-Bond for machine embroidery, and other appliques.