Beach / Picnic Quilt
One of our wedding presents was a large black gingham tied quilt. I didn't know it at the time but it was going to be the most used gift we received. It went to the beach, car trips, in the backyard for building forts, and taken on picnics. It had gotten lost in a move somewhere along the way so it was time for a replacement, something fun and easy.
Since I needed to be up in my quilt studio catching up on etsy orders, I decided today would be a good day to dive into my fabric stash and make a new beach quilt. So I picked 20 fat quarters all
polka dots, and created a new beach quilt.
A Tutorial to Make Your Own Beach / Picnic Quilt
One of my most fun parts of blogging is the monthly giveaway. I love coming up with the prize, and especially notifying the winner. I enjoy reading your comments and being able to make a personal connection with you. I look forward to many more giveaways.
This month's winner will receive a fabric bundle to make the quilt top all cut out and ready to sew.
And I will quilt it for you when you are finished piecing the quilt.
I will also randomly pick 2 other winners to receive quilting of their pieced quilt top.
Polka Dot Fabric Bundle
Here's How To Play
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Come back tomorrow to learn the beginner's basics to quilting.