Thursday, October 17, 2019

Won't You Be My Neighbor Quilt FULL REVEAL

The pattern is now available! You can find it HERE!

It's almost Won't You Be My Neighbor quilt pattern time (14 more days! aka October 18th!)!! Because I give the option of making the Won't You Be My Neighbor quilt during the Slow Your Roll Sewalong, which starts October 20th, I want to make sure you have enough time to pick out your fabrics!

Before I share the fabric requirements for this quilt, I probably should share what the actual quilt looks like, right? 😄 I haven't shared a full shot of the quilt yet and, let me tell you - no matter how many patterns you release sharing the full shot never gets less nerve wracking. Basically all my fingers and toes are crossed that you guys love it!

And on that note, HERE'S MY NEXT PATTERN 😬😅🙌
The Won't You Be My Neighbor quilt pattern was inspired by the Village quilt I made for a friend's baby last year. I love house quilt patterns and really wanted to put my own spin on one. I wanted my version to have a Utopian neighborhood feel (maybe one Mr. Rogers would live in? 😆) so I threw in some trees and flowers too!🌲🌳🌼 I also wanted the colors in the quilt to be soft and the prints to have a scrappy vibe so Annabel Wrigley's Penelope line and Kaufman's Essex Yarn Dyed Linen in Silver for the background fit the bill perfectly. I think this quilt would look amazing in solids and higher contrast prints too!

This quilt finishes 62 1/2" by 70 1/2" - a good throw size quilt! This pattern is fat quarter and fat eighth friendly too!

The printables I've included below are the first two pages of the pattern + the back of the cover. I really recommend using the tags on the Quilt Layout page to label your fabrics. Especially if you're like me and think you'll remember where you planned to use each print and then a week later you can't remember even picking out the fabrics 😂

To print the pages below, simply right click on the image and save to your device. I also recommend printing the images to "Fit to Page".

For more information about the Slow Your Roll Sewalong and how to participate check out the blog post HERE.