Wednesday 26 April 2017


Here is the first variation for the QCQ (Quarter Circle Quilt).  

This finished quilt for baby measures 30 1/2" x 30 1/2". 

My wonderful friend has 2 daughters expecting babies in June a day apart from each other.  This is a perfect opportunity to do some 💚 loving quilt designs.

When I picked this fabric for the inspiration that I had for the QCQ, I had no idea of the name of it.  It just looked like the perfect fabric.  What a surprise when I saw the selvage edge with the title "Two Daughters"!   How cute is that?

For this variation start with the Basic QCQ Blocks in the  PATTERN LINK HERE.

 💚 "Baby Love" QCQ 1

This is a lovely setting featuring the 💚 hearts. 

 This square baby quilt requires 36 QCQ Basic Blocks (Link Here)
and 2 WOF (width of fabric) strips 3" wide for the borders.  

These beautiful little hearts are so lovely for a tiny baby. 

After deciding on your layout, sew your blocks together in pairs. 

Next, sew your pairs into strips of 6 blocks.  

Cut 2 - 3" WOF strips.  
These will be attached to the 2 sides of the quilt top 
where the Quarter Circles are exposed. 

Sew your 6 strips of blocks together 
and attach the 2 WOF neutral strips to the 2 sides.  
 I can hardly wait to free-motion-quilt some hearts 💚 onto this modern baby quilt. 

I am making a baby quilt for each of the two daughters.  
One quilt will have aqua binding and the other will have yellow.  

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