The Adventureland quilt pattern is here, and it's a pattern that will take you on a wild ride! Why? Because with this beginner and pre-cut friendly pattern, you can flex your creativity and stretch beyond your usual color choices. The throw and baby sizes use a jelly roll, yardage, or even scraps. It's the perfect quilt for color experimentation and mixing prints!
Adventureland has only been out for a week and in the Suzy Quilts Patterns Facebook Group, we've already seen so many finished quilt tops. One quilter made her very first quilt using the Adventureland pattern. Another said it took her four hours to make, start to finish. And some people are already on their second top!
Keep reading to see samples of the Adventureland quilt in a huge variety of colors and prints. The Adventureland quilt sew along starts on March 22, so you have plenty of time to order your fabric!
Read more about the Pastel Rainbow Adventureland quilt here!
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Speckled Rainbow Adventureland Quilt
This vibrant rainbow Adventureland was made by Sarah Holst of Sarah Made. She used a Ruby Star Society Speckled jelly roll for the colors, and Speckled in Metallic Shell for the background. The quilting, by Trace Creek Quilting, is a super fun pantograph called Teeter Totter!
And best of all, Trace Creek Quilting is offering a 25% discount on longarm quilting for any Adventureland quilt sent to them by mid-May. What a deal!
Floral Sevenberry Adventureland Quilt
Are you ready for spring? We are! This blossomy Adventureland quilt was also made by Sarah Holst using Jelly Roll of Sevenberry Petite Floral and one yard of Art Gallery Fabrics PURE Solids in Crystalline. And you're in luck because there are a limited number of quilt kits available in the Sarah Made shop! Trace Creek Quilting added the perfect pantograph called 6 Petal Flower by Dastardly Lines Quilting.
Scrappy Jungle Adventureland Quilt
Brittney Frey of Sew Much Fab made this Adventureland quilt using scraps! If you have long strips of scraps in your scrap bin, this quilt is perfect for you. Brittney arranged her scraps into two color stories—purple and orange, and green and pink—and placed the wedges next to each other instead of on opposite ends of the quilt. What a creative interpretation, and even her binding is scrappy!
Sunset Adventureland Quilt
Sunsets are stunning, and you can capture the ethereal feel of the perfect sunset with this quilt made by Sarah Holst using Art Gallery Fabrics! For a limited time, you can get a kit from her shop. But once they sell out, you'll still be able to recreate this dreamy quilt using the AGF PURE Solids fabrics listed below:
- Parisian Blue
- Sweet Fig
- Dried Roses
- Weathered Brick
- Miami Sunset
- Peach Sherbet
- Sienna Brick
- Background: Bella Solids in Eggshell
Add some swirling quilting that looks like clouds to complete this look! Trace Creek Quilting used Swivel Circle by Karlee Porter on this quilt.
Birds in the Sky Adventureland Quilt
Claire Freund of The Stitch Saloon made this outdoorsy Adventureland quilt using an adorable bird print. Clearly, it's popular with toddlers! For a limited time, you can get a baby or throw sized kit from The Stitch Saloon. But if they sell out, you can still make your own using the Art Gallery Fabrics listed below!
- Gloria in Sprinkled Florets
- Twenty in Carved Notches Copper
- Gloria in Handstitched Teal
- Bookish in Camomile Bliss Fresh
- Gloria in Handstitched Linen
- Gloria in Dawn Chorus
- Season & Spice in Seeded Eucalyptus
- Bookish in Flights of Fancy Gilded
- Pure Solids in Gingerbread (throw only)
- Twenty in Kumbu Fibres (throw only)
- Background: Moda Bella Solids in Off White
Retro Surfer Adventureland Quilt
Surf's up! Get in the mood for beach season with this fun retro rainbow quilt from Sewing Arts Center! Add some vintage flair with the Cross pantograph by the Longarm League, or quilt some fun organic wavy lines on your domestic sewing machine!
Soft and Cuddly Minky Adventureland Quilt
If soft and sweet quilts are your favorite, this quilt is for you! Made by Jen Cannon of Piper Autumn Fabrics, this quilt uses lovely dusty Art Gallery Fabrics for the top. Use these AGF PURE Solids fabrics to get the look yourself!
- Sweet Fig
- Ethereal Pink
- Creme de la Creme
- Gentle Feather
- Potter’s Clay
- Background: Snow
Add Minky fabric to the background for an extra soft touch! If you haven't tried quilting with Minky fabrics before, check out our 4 Tips for Quilting with Minky or Faux Fur. The gentle flowing orange peel quilting by The Dogeared Quilt looks perfect.
Butterfly Bliss Adventureland Quilt
Catalina Urias of Working Hands Studio made this super fun Adventureland quilt using a variety of prints by Ruby Star Society. The mix of butterfly prints flittering around warm summer shades is whimsical and precious. Quilted by Trace Creek Quilting using the Behold pantograph by the Longarm League. Doesn't the quilting look like butterfly nets? So cute!
What fabrics will you use for your Adventureland quilt? Let us know in the comments. And share a picture of your fabric pull in the Suzy Quilts Patterns Facebook Group or on Instagram using #AdventurelandQuilt!
6 thoughts on “Adventureland: One Quilt Pattern with Endless Color Possibilities”
I have partially made this quilt in throw size. I think I cut the back ground triangle the wrong size and am stuck🤷🏻♂️What should the dimensions of the cut triangle be?
The cut size for the throw quilt is on page 3 of the pattern and detailed instructions on how to cut the square are on page 5.
This is a wonderful pattern–so easy yet so stunning! And I love all the sweet top stitching shown. I will have fun doing this over and over in different color combos. Thank you!!
I’m so happy you like it! 🙂
I have made two Adventureland quilts in the baby size; one in Christmas fabric. They turned out so great. I’m getting ready to make a throw size, but I am confused about the strip lengths. Fabrics abcd all show 2-1/2″ x WOF. Should they not have a cut length as well? Thank you!!
You do not need to trim any of your strips before sewing. Check out Week 4 of the Adventureland sew along to see exactly what I mean and how you can trim it all at the end.