The Adventureland quilt pattern is like making two quilts at once! You heard that right—if you make a throw or baby-sized Adventureland quilt using full width of fabric strips (or a jelly roll), you'll be able to make mini quilts using scraps.
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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.
The new Adventureland quit pattern has been recently released and is now available in the shop! Not only is this pattern made for a jelly roll, but it is also perfect for using scrap strips of fabric left over from previous sewing projects.
Adventureland, the newest design in 2022, is now available and can be purchased in the shop! This modern quilt pattern is jelly roll friendly and made for beginner quilters or those looking for a speedy project.
In this post I'll share what fabrics I used, a couple sewing notions to make this quilt pattern flow together beautifully, and links to a thorough hand quilting tutorial if you would like to try some hand quilting on your Adventureland quilt.
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The Adventureland quilt pattern is now available and can be purchased in the shop! This strip quilt is the best modern quilt pattern for a beginner quilter. You can use yardage, a jelly roll or scrap strips of fabric you already have.
Hey quilty friend, are you up for trying some simple free motion quilting scallops with me? These rolling hills or "organic scallops" are one of my favorite free motion quilting motifs. Why? Because you don't need to spend time drawing guide marks and once you get into a rhythm they are incredibly fast to sew.
Friends, this is an intervention! Your quilt works in progress pile has gotten too big and I'm here to help. Today I have compiled SIX TIPS to not only stop your pile of WIPs—or works in progress—from growing, but to actually banish it completely!
Happy New Year, friends! If you’re anything like me, your scrap bins are positively overflowing from last year’s projects. One of my quilty resolutions for this year is to use more scraps than I make. So with that in mind, let’s make a scrappy quilt!