Riley Blake Designs Project Tour- Notting Hill & FREE Ruthie quilt pattern


Good Morning!  Today I'm sharing the project I made for the Riley Blake Designs Project Tour for Notting Hill by Amy Smart.

I love all of the collections that Amy designs!  Notting Hill is Amy's newest one and it so pretty!


You can see the Storyboard for Notting Hill- here.

I was so inspired by this pretty fabric that designed a new quilt pattern with it!  Here is a look at the quilt!


I wrote a free pattern for this quilt and I hope you all love it!  When I was making it, I kept thinking what a great scrap buster that it would be because of all the pieces in each block!  If you want to use it as a scrap buster, you could just omit the strip piecing, use individual pieces in its place, and proceed.  It would also be really great for a quilting bee exchange!



All of the details about what fabric I used and how much of it are all in the free PDF below!  


For the batting, I used The Warm Company Warm 100.  I used my Janome Continental M7 to piece and quilt this quilt.  For the quilting, I did free motion meandering leaf design.  You can see the quilting detail in this lighting.



You can download the free PDF for the Ruthie quilt pattern- HERE

If you make anything using this pattern, I'd love to see!  You can share on Instagram using the hashtags #ruthiequilt and #jessicadayonpatterns  Thanks for following along!

Talk to you soon,


Jessica 

Comments

  1. Thank you for the pattern. I love the chain the blocks form and this one is special!
    I love the different sizes of the squares and it definitely would be a great stash buster- my favorite kind of quilt!

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  2. Stunning, as always! Thank you so much!

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  3. It is such a fun quilt! Thank you for sharing!

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  4. Love it. Another one on my to-do list.

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  5. Thanks so much for the new quilt pattern. I especially liked your suggestion for using it as a swap block - that would really mix up the scraps! Your work is beautiful, and so are the fabrics used in this one.

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